Research interest(s)/area of expertise
- Rhetorical Theory and History of Rhetoric
- Citizenship Studies
- Ph.D. University of Illinois at Chicago (English). 1992 (Specialization in Language, Literacy, and Rhetoric)
- M.A. University of Chicago (Humanities). 1986
- B.A. Illinois Wesleyan University (Philosophy). 1981
“Rhodes Must Fall: An Embodied Rhetorical Assertion.” Enculturation: A Journal of Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture. 25 (2018)
The Meaning of Citizenship. Edited with Marc Kruman. Detroit: Wayne State UP. 2015.
Generations: Rethinking Age and Citizenship. Editor. Detroit: Wayne State UP. 2015.
Managing Vulnerability: South Africa’s Struggle for a Democratic Rhetoric. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press. 2012.
“Embracing Wicked Problems: The Turn to Design in Composition Studies.” CCC 61.2 (2009): 397-419.
“Unclenching the Fist: Embodying Rhetoric and Giving Objects Their Due.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly 38.1 (2008): 46-65.
The Hope and the Legacy: The Past, Present, and Future of “Students’ Right to Their Own Language.” Edited with Pat Bruch. Cresskill. NJ: Hampton P. 2005.
English 1010, Basic Writing
English 3085, Introduction to Rhetoric and Writing
English 5790, Writing Theory
English 7061, Rhetorical Theory
ENglish 7064, Teaching of Writing