The University Writing Program recently hosted Patricia Roberts-Miller, University of Texas-Austin, who presented a lecture on her current research, "Democracy and the Rhetoric of Demagoguery." At Texas, Roberts-Miller is Professor of Rhetoric and Writing and Director of the University Writing Center. She is author of numerous articles and three books, most recently Fanatical Schemes: Proslavery Rhetoric and the Tragedy of Consensus and Voices in the Wilderness: The Paradox of the Puritan Public Sphere.
Video of the talk can be found on the Writing Program Youtube page.
Juli Parrish, Doug Hesse, and Geoffrey Bateman published a study of writing across the curriculum in DU's Advanced Seminar program. "Assessing a General Education Writing Capstone: Research as Faculty Development" appears in Across the Discipline.
Assistant Professor Lauren Picard at the Encountering Stories event in November 2016.
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