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Lauren Rosenberg

Education PhD Rhetoric & Composition, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA (2006) MFA Creative Writing (fiction), New York University, New York, NY (1997) BA Amherst College, Amherst, MA (1986) Research and Teaching Interests: Composition theory and pedagogy; critical and community literacy studies; writing program administration; feminist theories and methodologies; qualitative research methods; creative writing   Biographical…
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Giovanni Singleton

Contact: gs@nmsu.edu or 575-646-3931

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Anthony Stagliano

Education: PhD, Composition and Rhetoric, 2015, University of South Carolina MA, English, 2010, DePaul University BA, Classics, 2001, San Diego State University Research Interests and Current Projects: His research is in materialist rhetorical theory, media theory, and theories of technology. His current book project considers the intersection of media art activism and public rhetoric, to…
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Justine Wells

Education: Ph.D. in Composition & Rhetoric, 2015, University of South Carolina MA in Philosophy, 2004, University of Wisconsin-Madison MS in Psychology, 2003, University of Wisconsin-Madison BA in Philosophy, 2001, College of Charleston Biography: Before discovering rhetoric, I studied psychology and philosophy as an undergraduate and graduate student. After taking some time away from academia to…
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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, literacy, cultural studies, digital media, intercultural communication, technical/professional communication, and documentary film. We are active teacher-scholars, publishing in journals such as College Composition and Communication, Computers and Composition, Technical Communication Quarterly, and the Journal of Hispanic…
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M.A. Literature Faculty

Literature faculty research interests are broad, including Hollywood and experimental film, poetry and drama of the English Renaissance, British Romanticism, modern American poetry, Gothicism, late medieval religious writing, Victorianism, and American ethnic literatures, and represent a wide variety of theoretical perspectives including materialist cultural theory, feminist theories, cultural studies, and queer theory. Ryan Cull Eugene Cunnar (Emeritus) James Finley Joyce Garay…
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James Payne

Biographical Statement: James Payne earned his A.B. in English at Berkeley and his M.A. and Ph.D. in English at the University of California at Davis. A professor at New Mexico State, Dr. Payne has served as Senior Fulbright Lecturer in American Literature at Wroclaw University in Poland. He has served as chair of MELUS: The…
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Eugene Cunnar

Education: B.A. in English literature with a minor in philosophy, University of Colorado-Boulder, 1963  M.A. in English literature, University of Colorado-Boulder, 1967. Ph.D. in English literature with a minor in Latin language and literature, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1973 Research Interests: I am interested in all aspects of early modern English literature, Latin literature, and art history. In addition, I…
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Nancy Hastings

Background: Nancy Hastings is a College Assistant Professor in the English Department. Hastings has worked with the English Department as an adjunct faculty member for a number of years. In January 2014 she joined the department as a regular faculty member. Hastings is the recipient of five Daniels Ethics Initiative Fellowships, and she was selected…
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Greg Grewell

Professional Statement: Greg Grewell earned B.A. and M.A. degrees in English at San Jose State University and a Ph.D. in Rhetoric, Composition, and the Teaching of English at the University of Arizona. While his main research foci stem from his dissertation, entitled “Rhetoric of Ridicule,” Grewell maintains many other areas of interest as well, including: composition…
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