Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Writing
The Rhetoric and Writing doctoral program prepares students for impactful careers as rhetoric and composition faculty and administrators. Our students engage a range of intellectual approaches at the intersection of history, theory and pedagogy. Students learn together in and beyond the space of the seminar room, developing research, teaching and civic identities through a range of coursework in rhetorical, cultural, empirical and digital approaches to writing.
In the News
April Conway wins Shanklin Award
April Conway received the Charles E. Shanklin Award for Research Excellence in Arts and Humanities. Her paper, “Practitioners of Earth: The Literacy Practices of Grassroots Cartographers” earned her the 2015-16 award.
Rhetoric Society of the Black Swamp
Rhetoric and Writing graduate students have formed the BGSU Student Chapter of Rhetoric Society of America (RSA). Jeffrey Moore has been named as the first chairperson and Soha Yousef as the assistant chairperson.
Students had successful year of publications
Several of the Rhetoric and Writing students were successful at having their work published in various rhetoric and writing publications during the past academic year.
Kristen LaFollette had poetry published in Turk’s Head Review, West Trade Review and Vagabonds and fiction forthcoming from Two Cities Review.