Ph.D. in Rhetoric & Writing
The Rhetoric & 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.
Two students in the Rhetoric & Writing program have recent or upcoming publications. An article by Kelly Moreland was recently published in Peitho, and Brandie Bohney has a book chapter coming out next year. Learn more about their work.
News and Stories
Rhetoric and Writing Students Active as Creative Writers and Artists
Kristin LaFollette interviewed Jonathan Brownlee, Lena Ziegler, and Annie Cigic about their various artistic and creative projects, their interest in rhetoric and writing studies, and more. Learn about some of the exciting creative work emerging from the Rhetoric & Writing program!
Students, Faculty, and Alumni Presenting at CCCC
The Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) will be well attended this year by Bowling Green State University's Rhetoric and Writing doctoral program.
Learn more about who is presenting, and we'll see you in Pittsburgh!
Kristin LaFollette Successfully Defends Dissertation
On Monday, February 18, Kristin LaFollette successfully defended her dissertation, titled “The Queer Art of Writing: (Re)Imagining Scholarship and Pedagogy Through Transgenre Composing.
Learn more about her project.