Jonathan Brownlee Receives Mick Doherty Kairos Award

2019 Winner of the Mick Doherty Kairos Award: Jonathan Brownlee

Third-year member of the Rhetoric & Writing PhD program Jonathan Brownlee has been named the inaugural 2019 recipient of the Mick Doherty Kairos Award.

The late Mick Doherty graduated from the Rhetoric & Writing Program in 1994. The Mick Doherty Kairos Scholarship was established to help provide educational expenses for Graduate Assistants in the Rhetoric and Writing Doctoral Program of the Department of English at Bowling Green State University, in honor of his memory. The award is given to the Graduate Assistant within the Rhetoric & Writing Program who has the highest GPA and the greatest professional potential.

Jonathan Brownlee received a BA in Philosophy and Communications from Bethel College and a MA in Liberal Studies (with concentrations in English and philosophy) from Indiana University. His current academic interests include embodiment, cultural rhetorics, rhetorical theory, historical rhetoric, and the connection between rhetoric and philosophy. Outside of academia, Jonathan is a visual artist and the author of Soliloquy.