Fall 2015 Courses

The Digital Writing and Research Lab is proud to host the following courses:

[columnize] RHE 306  Rhetoric and Writing
43005 Perez, Luke

RHE 306 Rhetoric and Writing
43100 Williamson, Thea

RHE 306 Rhetoric and Writing
43105 Iverson, Nicole

RHE 306 Rhetoric and Writing
43110 Meemann, Kirsten

RHE 306 Rhetoric and Writing
43115 Welsh, Sarah

RHE 306 Rhetoric and Writing
43120 Langberg, Hillary

RHE 306 Rhetoric and Writing
43125 Sheridan, Mark

RHE 309K Rhetoric of Editing
43135 Zacks, Aaron

RHE 309K Rhetoric of Satire
43145 Zacks, Aaron

RHE 309K Rhetoric of Counterculture
43270 Boruszak, Jeffrey

RHE 309k Rhetoric of Country Music
43235 Hixenbaugh, Dusty

RHE 309K Rhetoric of Freaks and Geeks
43250 Riddick, Sarah

RHE 309K Remixing Rhetoric
43260 Tuttle, Amy

RHE 309S Critical Reading and Persuasive Writing
43275 Longaker, Mark

RHE 321 Principles of Rhetoric
43305 Davis, Diane

RHE 325M Advanced Writing
43310 Charney, Davida

RHE 328 Writing for Nonprofits
43322 Zacks, Aaron

RHE 330C Digital Storytelling
43325 Boyle, Casey

RHE 330C Designing Text Ecologies
43330 Spinuzzi, Clay

RHE 330C Writing and Photography
43335 Faigley, Lester

RHE 330D Classical to Modern Rhetoric
43345 Ruszkiewicz, John

RHE 330E Pathos
43360 Davis, Diane

RHE 330E Psychology of Writing and Persuasion
43370 Charney, Davida

RHE 368C Writing Center Internship
43390 Ruszkiewicz, John

E 388M Rhetoric and Digital Humanities
34760 Boyle, Casey

RHE 398T Supv Teaching in Rhetoric and Writing
43405 Longaker, Mark

E 314J Literature and Film
33810 Coffey, Meredith

E 314L Cult Classics
33870 Zhu, Lily

E 314L Banned Books and Novel Ideas
33840 Lockerd, Martin

E 314V Native American Literature and Culture
33920 Grewe, Lauren

E 314V Mexican American Literature and Culture
33905 Mills, Regina

E 603A Composition/Reading World Literature
33795 Bump, Jerome[/columnize]

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