Graduate Stories

Ae Hee Lee: Distance can be a source of productive creativity

Alison Sperling: When Modernists wrote about changing bodies, things got weird

Allian Daigle: Lenses help us seen film history from a different perspective

Andrew Kleinke: Food media shapes our understanding of the world

Ash Evans: Social media helps teach better college writing

Avery Edenfield: Cooperative businesses face unique rhetorical challenges

Beatrice Szymkowiak: Experimental poetry fosters new environmental horizons

Brittany Cavallaro: Poet and young adult novelist is on the trail of Sherlock Holmes

Chin-In Chen: Visit CoolieWorld, where labor trafficking and experimental poetry meet

Danielle DeVasto: Now more than ever, we need effective, ethical interaction between scientists and publics

Eric Herhuth: Pixar films ask serious questions about technological change

Gitte Frandsen: Beyond dominant rhetorics of diversity and inclusion

Jeremy Carnes: Comics challenge our understanding of history

Joni Hayward: Pedagogical films convince us we have control over the environment

Kevin McColley: Novelist wrestles with history

Louise Zamparutti: New national monument normalizes an extreme political agenda

Molly Kessler: Uncovering the rhetoric of an invisible and unspeakable disease

Kristin Prins: Crafting and DIY can make students better digital writers

Shanae Aurora Martinez: Native American novels model fairer forms of knowledge production

Storm Pilloff: We can—and should—subvert rhetorical tradition

Yasmine Lamloum: Tracing survivance in transnational fiction

Zach Finch: Short films complicate our view of Scottish national cinema