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Kevin Dover, Writing Center Coordinator

Degree in progress: Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Professional Communication Research interests: cyberpunk, transhumanism, Posthumanism, rhetoric of silence, humiliation of truth, transgenderism, hermeneutics, advocacy, intelligence/security studies  Teaching goals/philosophy: I stress critical thinking and argumentation. I express a strong desire for participatory debate and seek my “authority” to be questioned. The ability to lay out your thoughts cogently and logically…
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Ryan Sparks

Degree in progress: M.A. in English, Literature Research interests: Modern and Postmodern literature, late American literature, historiographic metafiction, hyperreality, the metanarrative, simulation, media, Imagism, questions of the human condition Teaching goals/philosophy: Using modeling, whole and small group discussion, critical reflection, and individual tutoring, my instruction attempts to foster student independence. Working with students to construct meaning within the…
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Christina Schaub

Contact: cschaub@nmsu.edu

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Yael Lavender-Smith

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Alexander Hallwyler

Contact: ahallwyl@nmsu.edu

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Lora Blazina

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Past Design Center Workshops

Spring 2016 Introducing Popular Culture in the Composition Classroom Wednesday, April 13 from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Led by Lisa Lisenbee Teaching Infographics in Professional Writing Courses Monday, April 18 from 12 to 1 p.m. Led by Jen England Student-Created Websites in the Classroom Wednesday, April 27 from 1 to 2 p.m. Led by Sarah…
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M.A. in Literature Student Projects

Master’s in Literature Students, Year Graduated, Project Titles  Updated: October 8, 2014 Hayley Cotter, 2014 MA Master Essay: “’Behind Her Farre Away’: Dwarfs as Doubles in Spenser’s The Faerie Queene” Jennifer Nix, 2014 MA Master Essay: “The Evolution of the Child Vampire in Literature: From the Victorian to the Millennium Monster” Cyndi Sabo, 2012 MA Master Essay: “Gender…
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Rhetoric and Professional Communication Faculty

The Rhetoric and Professional Communication faculty study a wide range of subjects related to writing and communication. Our research interests include rhetoric, composition and writing studies, literacy, cultural studies, digital media, intercultural communication, technical/professional communication, and documentary film. We are active teacher-scholars, publishing in journals such as Rhetoric Review, enculturation, College Composition and Communication, Computers and Composition,Technical…
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Creative Writing Faculty

Lee K. Abbott Rus Bradburd Casey Gray Richard Greenfield Connie Voisine   For a comprehensive list of all English department faculty, please click here.

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