Testimonial Rhetoric in Nineteenth-Century Composition
Christopher Carter is Divisional Dean of Humanities at the University of Cincinnati. His recent books include Rhetorical Exposures: Confrontation and Contradiction in US Social Documentary Photography, Metafilm: Materialist Rhetoric and Reflexive Cinema, and The Corruption of Ethos in Fortress America: Billionaires, Bureaucrats, and Body Slams.
Russel K. Durst is Professor of English at the University of Cincinnati, where he teaches courses in composition, writing pedagogy and research, and English linguistics. He has published numerous books, articles, and chapters in the field of composition studies.
Daniel Floyd is an educational advisor for the Academic Writing Center at the University of Cincinnati. He recently completed his PhD in Rhetoric and Composition at UC. His research interests include citizenship, democracy, social justice, and second-language composition.
Rhiannon Scharnhorst is a hybrid PhD Candidate in English and Writing Studies at the University of Cincinnati. Her scholarship appears in a range of venues including The Graduate Journal of Food Studies, College English Forum (forthcoming), and Journal of Dracula Studies.
←167 | 168→ Kathleen Spada is a PhD Candidate in Rhetoric/Composition and Literary Nonfiction at the University of Cincinnati. Her scholarship is grounded in relational-cultural theory with research focused on the transgenerational transfer of trauma. Her interdisciplinary work has been published by The Poet’s Craft, Cambridge Scholars, Predicate, Licking River Review, and IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication.
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