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Charles Schuster

Professor
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Degrees:

PhD, University of Iowa, 1978
MA, Hunter College, CUNY, 1971
BA, Ohio State University, 1967
Charles Schuster CV

Research Interests:

Composition Studies
Rhetorical Theory
Writing Program Administration
Nonfictional Prose
Bakhtinian Theory
Narrative Theory
Editing and Publishing

Teaching Interests:

Introductory and Advanced Writing
Composition Studies
Rhetorical Theory
Writing Program Administration
The Essay
Bakhtin as Rhetorical Theorist
Style and Language
Creative Nonfiction

Other Relevant Activities:

College Editor, Heinemann-Boynton/Cook, 2001-present
Director, UWM Honors College, 2009-2014
Associate Dean for the Humanities, 1999-09
Director, Edison Initiative (Freshman Scholars, Peer Mentoring, Writing across the Curriculum), 1996-99
Director, Writing Center, 1994-96
Director of Composition, 1985-92
Participant in the Carnegie Foundation’s Teachers for a New Era Project
President, Council of Writing Program Administrators, 1994-96

Recent Publications:

Schuster, Charles I., Gilyard, Keith, and Holdstein, Deborah. Rhetorical Choices: A Reader for Writers. 2. Ed. Schuster, Charles I., Gilyard, Keith, and Holdstein, Deborah. Longman Publishers, 2006.
Schuster, Charles I. “Introduction.” The War Against Grammar Heinemann-Boynton/Cook, (2003).
Schuster, Charles I. “Writing about Literature and Culture.” Literature and the Environment Longman, (1999): 504-29.
Schuster, Charles I. “Mikhail Bakhtin as Rhetorical Theorist.” Landmark Essays on Bakhtin, Rhetoric, and Writing Ed. Farmer, Frank. (1998).
Schuster, Charles I. “Foreword.” Popular Fiction Ed. Hoppenstand, Gary. Addison Wesley Longman, (1997).
Schuster, Charles I. “Foreword: Two Stories Absent Their Morals.” Grading in the Post-Process Classroom Ed. Allison, Libby, Bryant, Lizabeth, and Hourigan, Maureen. Heinemann-Boynton/Cook, (1997).
Schuster, Charles I. Speculations: Culture, Identity, and Values. Blair Press Simon & Schuster/Prentice Hall, 1992.