Emeritus Faculty

Thomas Byers

Professor

A.B. and A.M. Brown University

Ph.D. University of Iowa

Research Interests

U. S. literature, especially contemporary; film studies; theories of interpretation; the postmodern. Essays in progress on the Bourne trilogy and Brokeback Mountain. Thinking about zombies.


 

Geoffrey Cross

Professor

M.A., Ph.D., English, The Ohio State University

M.A., Journalism, The University of Missouri

Research Interests

Verbal-visual Composing. Group Writing (incl. Publications Management, Social Cognition). Visual Design, Ethnographic Research Methods, Media Interaction, Business and Technical Communication, Writing Across the Curriculum/in the Disciplines, Stylistics, Advanced & Intermediate Composition, Computer-Assisted Composition Pedagogy


 

Suzette Henke

Professor

Ph.D. Stanford University


 

 

 

 

 

Debra Journet

Professor

Ph.D. from McGill University

Research Interests

Rhetoric of science. Narrative theory. New media genres. Technical and scientific communication. Science and literature. Narrative and gaming. Multimodal Composition. Research methodologies in rhetoric and composition. First-year composition. Modern British literature


 

Min-Zhan Lu

Professor

Ph.D. from McGill University


 

 

 

 

 

Sena Naslund

Professor

Ph.D. from University of Iowa


 

 

Freibert, Lucy M.
Hall, Dennis R.
Mattingly, Carol J.
Miller, Robert
Mullen, Karen
Van, Thomas A.