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Department of English
PhD in Rhetoric, Writing, and Professional Communication


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Faculty

Students in the program have the opportunity to learn from accessible and supportive research faculty, who hold leadership positions in the field's major professional organizations and on editorial boards.

Areas of faculty and student research include the study of rhetoric, writing and communication in professional spaces, such as corporations, health care, science, and government, as well as school, digital, community, and public contexts. Other research areas include the history, theory, and pedagogy of writing and literacy practices.

In addition, you can take advantage of other East Carolina University faculty strengths, both within and outside of the English Department, through cooperative agreements with affiliate departments, elective courses, collaborative research, and your dissertation.

To access a complete faculty directory for the English Department, click here.

Faculty in Rhetoric, Composition, and Technical/Professional Communication

Albers, Michael 

Banks, Will


Caswell, Nicole

Cox, Matthew


Eble, Michelle F.
 

Frost, Erin
 

Getto, Guiseppe

 

 

 




Harrington, Dana

Henze, Brent
 

Kain, Donna

Middleton, Joyce

Morse, Tracy Ann


Sharer, Wendy


St. Amant, Kirk