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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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