Rhetoric & Composition Dissertation Titles
Courtney Mauck, 2022: “'Tap to Add a Snap!': What Snapchat Can Teach Us About Critical Digital Literacy in First-Year Writing"
Garrett Cummins, 2022: "Single yet Multiple: Analyzing a Single Data Visualization in Three Online Contexts"
Quang Ly, 2022: ""A Learning Entanglement: The Crossing Points in Which Business Students Oscillate Between Collaborative Writing and Cooperative Writing in a High-stakes Group Project"
David Johnson, 2020: "Cultural Competencies, Racial Literacy, and Composition: Applying Antiracist Frameworks in First- and Third-Year Writing"
Erica Leigh, 2020: "Feminist Food Studies in Composition: An Intersectional Approach to Body-Acceptance and Forming Sustainable Relationships with Food."
Sean Whelan, 2020: "Bridging the Gap: Transfer Theory and Video Games in the Writing Classroom"
Michael Johnson, 2019: "Reaching Critical Mas/culinities: Normative Masculine Ideology as Gendered Rhetorical Embodiment"
Robin McCrary, 2019: "Beyond Genesis: A (Trans)cultural Exigency for Creative Writing Research and Scholarship"
Yavanna Brownlee, 2018: "Decolonizing Composition & Rhetoric Programs: An Indigenous Rhetorics Model for Implementing Concepts of Relationship and Integrating Marginalized Rhetorics"
Cactus May, 2018: "Between the Lines: Writing Ethics Pedagogy"
Talitha May, 2018: "Writing the Apocalypse: Pedagogy at the End of the World"
Samuel Stinson, 2018: "Writing with Video Games"
Rachael Ryerson, 2017: "Queering Composition Pedagogy: A Multimodal Archive of Composing Queer(ly) in the Writing Classroom"
Hillery Glasby, 2016: "Pedagogies and Politics of Queer Doing and Being in the Writing Classroom: Finding Out About Rhetoric and Composition?s LGBTQ Student-Writers"
Amanda Hayes, 2015: "You'uns: Toward Appalachian Rhetorical Sovereignty"
Matthew Nuñes, 2015: "The Theme System: Current-Traditionalism, Writing Assignments, and the Development of First-Year Composition, 1885-1920"
Matthew Vetter, 2015: "Teaching Wikipedia: The Pedagogy and Politics of an Open Access Writing Community"
Lana Oweidat, 2014: "Disrupting the Western Gaze: An Arab-Islamic Intervention in Rhetoric and Composition Studies"
John Whicker, 2014: "Object Oriented Writing Theory: Writers, Texts, Ecologies"
Craig Meyer, 2013: "Infusing Dysfluency into Rhetoric and Composition: Overcoming the Stutter"
Lydia McDermott, 2012: "Sonogram: A Rhetoric of Echo-Location"
Melanie Lee, 2012: "Reconceptualizing Masculinized L/logos, Re(Image)ining the Rhetorical Feminine in Composition"
Todd Snyder, 2011 "The Hillbilly Speaks of Rhetoric: Critical Theory, Composition Pedagogy, and the Appalachian Region"
John Borczon, 2010: "Learning and Transformation: How Students and Teachers Define and Shape Each Other in the Classroom and in Pedagogic Literature"
Don Dudding, 2009: "Between Saints and Snakes: Explicating the Historical, Philosophical, and Theoretical Foundations of Rhetorical Authority"
Gwen Hart, 2009: "Composing Metaphors: Metaphors for Writing in the Composition Classroom"
Nathan Shepley, 2009: "Composition at the ?Harvard on the Hocking?: Rhetoricizing Place and History"
Paul Shovlin, 2009: "Writing Bytes: Articulating a Techno-critical Pedagogy"
Megan Titus, 2009: "Surfacing Teacher and Student Voices: The Implications of Teaching Practices for Students? Attitudes toward Revision"
Talinn Phillips, 2008: "Examining Bridges, Expanding Boundaries, Imagining New Identities: The Writing Center as Bridge for Second Language Graduate Writers"
William Breeze, 2006: "Teaching a critical culture: raising our pedagogical consciousness in the writing classroom"
Kelly Kinney, 2005: "A Political Administration: Political Pedagogy, Institutional Location, and Teaching Assistant Preparation"
Candace Stewart, 2003: "(Re) Imagining the Person (al): A History of Composition's Scholarly Representations of the Self, 1980-2002"
Christina Fisanick, 2003: "The Embodied Pedagogue: Teaching and Writing with the Body"