Two students from the Rhetoric & Writing PhD program will receive awards for their work at the Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Symposium, which will be hosted on March 29, 2019. Learn more about the students' work and the symposium.
Two students in the Rhetoric & Writing program have recent or upcoming publications. Learn more about what students in the program are writing.
Kristin LaFollette, herself a writer and artist, "asked Jon, Annie, and Lena a few questions about why they chose to go into writing studies, how they see themselves as creative-critical scholars and writers, and what they are currently working on." Learn more about what they had to say and what they are working on.
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. See who is presenting at the conference!
On Monday, February 18, Kristin LaFollette successfully defended her dissertation, titled “The Queer Art of Writing: (Re)Imagining Scholarship and Pedagogy Through Transgenre Composing. Read more about Kristin's work.
Four second-year students in the Rhetoric & Writing program have signed on to work as the digital publishing team for Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology. Learn more about their work and the journal.
Second-year Rhetoric & Writing student Bailey Poland served as the pronouncer for the Wood County spelling bee. Learn more about the bee and Bailey's involvement.
Ann von Mehren and Brandie Bohney both have recent or upcoming publications. Learn more about what our PhD students are writing.
Dr. Neil Baird arrived in Bowling Green to take on the role of associate professor in the Rhetoric and Writing PhD program. He generously agreed to an interview about his experience at BGSU so far, his hopes for the future, and his advice to graduate students. Read the full interview.
Dr. Christine Tulley, an alumna of the Rhetoric and Writing program, was interviewed about her new book, How Writing Faculty Write.
Dr. Christine Denecker was the keynote speaker at the 2018 21st Century Englishes graduate student conference, held at Bowling Green State University on November 10. Read more about the keynote speech and an interview with Dr. Chris Denecker.
Rhetoric and Writing made a big showing at the 2018 Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Conference.
This year's 5th annual conference theme is Cooperating and Collaborating: Creating Community in the 21st Century and will take place on October 21, 2017, at Bowling Green State University.
The 2016-2017 academic year showcased the Rhetoric & Writing Ph.D. program’s efforts in scholarship and service. Students and faculty presented and published at an array of venues across the United States.
Students in the third year cohort have each presented their graduate lectures, a public presentation of their dissertation prospectus.
Dr. Sue Carter Wood was awarded the President’s Award for Collaborative Research and Creative Work. The President’s Award for Collaborative Research and Creative Work is described as "[recognizing] innovative research and creative work conducted by faculty members in collaboration with graduate students related to improving the quality of graduate education and/or research capacity of the University."
Dr. Christine Tulley, Professor of Rhetoric and Writing at the Univerisity of Findlay and alumni of the BGSU Rhetoric & Writing Ph.D. Program, gave a presentation and workshop on April 5th titled, "Effective Publishing in Rhetoric and Composition through Collaboration."
Dr Roopika Risam, an Assistant Professor from Salem State University, hosted a workshop for Rhetoric & Writing Students on Thursday, March 30, titled "Digital Research Methods and Growing Methods from Questions."
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.
The Game Space Learning Laboratory explores writing and writing pedagogy by fostering relationship between games, academia, and community.
Rhetoric Society of the Black Swamp (RSBS), BGSU’s Student Chapter of Rhetoric Society of America (RSA), were awarded funding for a proposed spring speaker.
The fourth annual 21st Century Englishes Conference took place on the campus of BGSU on Saturday, October 15, 2016.
All are welcome to attend and participate in discussion of Soha’s planned project, “International Teaching Assistant (ITA) Training Program at Bowling Green State University: Putting the Needs of ITAs and the Expectations of Native English-Speaking Students in conversation”.
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.