Kelly Ritter Talk

Past event

Anderson Academic Commons, Room 340, Loft Classroom

The Writing Program invites the DU community to join us for a conversation with Kelly Ritter.

Kelly Ritter is Associate Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign, where she is also Professor of English. The former editor of College English, Ritter is author of 4 books (see right), co-editor of 2 (including Exploring Composition Studies, with Paul Matsuda, and Can It Really Be Taught: Resisting Lore in Creative Writing Pedagogy, with Stephanie Vanderslice). Her PhD is from the University of Illinois at Chicago, her MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Her research interests include Archival Studies and Historiography; Writing Program Administration; Composition Theory; Pedagogical Theory; Digital Rhetorics and Online Discourse.

This conversation will begin with an Actors’ Studio-like interview, then progress into a conversation with the audience. Happy Hour at Asbury Provisions to follow.

Thursday, November 2nd
4pm | The Loft, AAC 340

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The Writing Program invites the DU community to join us for a conversation with Kelly Ritter.

Kelly Ritter is Associate Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign, where she is also Professor of English. The former editor of College English, Ritter is author of 4 books (see right), co-editor of 2 (including Exploring Composition Studies, with Paul Matsuda, and Can It Really Be Taught: Resisting Lore in Creative Writing Pedagogy, with Stephanie Vanderslice). Her PhD is from the University of Illinois at Chicago, her MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Her research interests include Archival Studies and Historiography; Writing Program Administration; Composition Theory; Pedagogical Theory; Digital Rhetorics and Online Discourse.

This conversation will begin with an Actors’ Studio-like interview, then progress into a conversation with the audience. Happy Hour at Asbury Provisions to follow.

Thursday, November 2nd
4pm | The Loft, AAC 340

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