Current and Recent Offerings


Click below to see the Fall 2017 (and Summer 2017) course offerings in Writing Studies, Rhetoric, and Composition(+)

MAYMESTER! WRT 438/CCR 638: Advanced Creative Nonfiction - Writing In-Between(+)

May 15-26, 2017; MTWTHF 1:00-5:00 pm (72217/70272, M500)—Stephen Kuusisto (sakuusis@syr.edu)


Creative Nonfiction is often called “the fourth genre.” CNF offers a space for truth telling where writers can combine personal experience with the literary techniques of fiction writing.


The many variations of creative nonfiction can combine poetry, essay, biography, history, economics, philosophy, physics, sociology, tall-tale-telling—just about any approach and any subject. 


is the essence of interdisciplinarity and is particularly congenial to those writing from “in-between” and overlapping spaces, those writing out lives of many identities, multiple perspectives, political struggles, varied ethnicities and plural nationalities, several embodiments, sexes or sexualities, transgendered experiences, complex layers of locations and/or languages.

WRT 255: Advanced Writing Studio: Advanced Argumentative Writing(+)

MW 12:45-2:05 (11383, M001) – Emily Dressing

TTH 11-12:20 (13323, M002) – Eileen Schell

Intensive practice in the analysis and writing of advanced arguments for a variety of settings: public writing, professional writing, and organizational writing.

This is a required course for all Writing and Rhetoric Majors and Minors.

WRT 300: Writing Your Way into Grad School(+)

T 11-12:20 (20067, M001) – Aja Martinez

This course focuses on research-based writing and processes of audience analysis for preparing a disciplinarily informed and rhetorically effective dossier for graduate school applications. Genres examined include the Curriculum Vitae, personal statement, and writing sample. Additionally, students will identify 3-5 graduate school programs for application, develop strategies for requesting faculty letters of recommendation, and master methods of rhetorical analysis for searching for and applying for graduate school funding. Students from all majors are encouraged to enroll.

 (3 credits—Genres & Practices Category)

WRT 301: Civic Writing—Writing on the Wall(+)

 TTH 12:30-1:50 (12910, M001) – Chris Feikes

At a time of deportations and border walls, the City of Syracuse has declared itself a Sanctuary City and SU has publicly affirmed its commitment to all community members “regardless of citizenship or religion.” In the local public school district, more than 85 languages are spoken, and at SU, 14% of students are international. Students will study the civic intersection of immigration and multilingual education. Students will do collaborative mapping, produce multimedia documents for civic advocacy, and conduct research. There will be opportunities for community dialogue at an SCSD high school close to campus.

 (3 credits—Genres & Practices Category)

WRT 302: Advanced Writing Studio: Digital Writing (+)

TTH 2-3:20 (12310, M001) – Collin Brooke

Practice in writing in digital environments. May include document and web design, multimedia, digital video, weblogs. Introduction to a range of issues, theories, and software applications relevant to such writing.

This is a required course for all Writing and Rhetoric Majors.

WRT 307: Advanced Writing Studio: Professional Writing(+)

WRT 307 is taught by multiple instructors at various times.

The following is the catalog description: "Professional communication through the study of audience, purpose, and ethics. Rhetorical problem-solving principles applied to diverse professional writing tasks and situations."

This is a required course for all Writing and Rhetoric Majors.

WRT 331: Peer Writing Consultant Practicum(+)

MW 2:15-3:35 (11363, M001) – Ben Erwin

In this course, students will discover more about what it means to be an effective tutor in a university Writing Center. We’ll be working to understand the theory behind current tutoring practices, exploring the values held in the Writing Center that will shape our decisions about how we approach the writers and their texts. In addition, we’ll be doing a lot of hand-on practice to help you develop successful consulting strategies and prepare for working one-on-one with students in the Writing Center.

(3 credits—Genres & Practices Category)

 

WRT 413: Rhetoric and Ethics(+)

MW 3:45-5:05 (12363, M001) – Rebecca Moore Howard

Introduces historical conversations concerning rhetoric's ethical responsibilities and explores complications that emerge as assumed historic connections between language and truth, justice, community, and personal character are deployed in various social, political, cultural, national, and transnational contexts.

This is a required course for all Writing and Rhetoric Majors.

WRT 422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction—The Lyric Essay(+)

TTH 9:30-10:50 (11364, M001) – Ivy Kleinbart

This course reviews the craft of creative nonfiction writing and then takes up more complex questions of form, framing, movement, and style relevant to its subgenre, the lyric essay. Readings will range from linear narratives to genre-bending experiments at the borders between poetry and prose. The aim is to expand your sense of what’s possible in an essay and foster your growth as a creative nonfiction writer. You will write extensively, revise regularly, and engage in a constructive workshop setting. This class is for students who love to write and enjoy revising for an audience.

 (3 credits—Genres & Practices Category)

WRT 426: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Information Technology—Well Played: The Rhetoric of Gaming(+)

TTH 5-6:20 (13326, M001) – Collin Gifford Brooke

What does it mean that so much of our culture today seems tied to games? There is very little in our lives that we do not measure through points, levels, ratings, badges, and trophies—are we somehow less serious than in ages past? We will explore games of all sorts and think about how they shape our experience rhetorically.

(3 credits—Histories & Theories Category)

WRT 427: Emerging Technologies in Prof. & Tech. Wrt—Location and Collaboration: Team-based Web Production(+)

T 3:30-4:50 (20068, M001) – Lenny Grant

Together, we will explore social media, locative technologies, and project management as we undertake a large-scale revision of SyrGuide, an online guide to the greater Syracuse area. To understand the theories, processes, and implications of revising online properties, we will work in face-to-face and virtual teams to update the website’s architecture and visual design, develop and edit new content, and archive existing content. Platforms will include blogs, wikis, video, geospatial technologies, as well as collaboration tools such as Slack and Trello.

This hybrid course meets face-to-face once each week and completes the remaining weekly work online. 

 (3 credits—Genres & Practices Category)

WRT 428: Studies in Comp., Rhetoric, and Literacy—Beyond a Rhetoric of Apocalypse: Testing the Power of Writing(+)

M 5:15-8:05 (20069, M001) – Steve Parks

A lot of claims are made about the power of writing, digital technology, and multi-modal productions to create change, expand understanding, and create community. We will study those claims. We will also work with a Tunisian High School, located along ISIS routes, attempting to use writing to combat terrorists recruiting their students. Working with students/teachers, we will develop print and multi-modal publications representing a more inclusive, less apocalyptic vision, of their future. While we will respond to conditions on the ground, our goal will be to create a rhetoric and practice of alliance.

(3 credits—Histories & Theories Category)

WRT 440: Studies in the Politics of Language and Writing—The Politics of Authorship(+)

MW 12:45-2:05 (20341, M001) – Rebecca Moore Howard

Using primary research, secondary research, and personal reflection, we will ask how complex mixes of power, law, custom, and social class affect the work of writers. Do copyright laws protect authors' rights or corporate capital? Do plagiarism policies protect authors' rights or function as a naturalized mechanism of class stratification within the academy? Do such laws and policies stifle creativity? Who has access to the status of author, under what circumstances, and at what price? This course will focus on a core issue of authorship: originality. Long considered the hallmark of true authorship, originality may actually be unattainable. In our current culture of remixed text, does that still matter?

 (3 credits—Histories & Theories Category)


Prior Semesters


Click below to see the courses offered during that academic year.(+)

2016-2017(+)

Spring 2017
WRT 255: Advanced Writing Studio: Advanced Argumentative Writing  Emily Dressing
WRT 302: Advanced Writing Studio: Digital Writing George Rhinehart
WRT 307: Advanced Writing Studio: Professional Writing Multiple Instructors
WRT 308: Style: 99 Styles but Plain Ain't One Collin Gifford Brooke
WRT 340: Advanced Editing Studio Patrick Berry
WRT 413: Rhetoric and Ethics Tony Scott
WRT 417/617: Technical Documentation & Usability: Why Usability Matters Krista Kennedy
WRT 422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction—Writing a Sense of Place Eileen Schell

WRT 424: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Identity—Trajectories of Writing

Brice Nordquist

WRT 426: Studies in Writing, Rhet., and Info. Tech.—Rhetorics of Futurity: Utopia, Science Fiction, and City Planning  Brice Nordquist
WRT 428: Studies in Composition, Rhetoric and Literacy—Rhetorics of Social Movements  Aja Martinez
WRT 430: Advanced Experience In Writing Consultation Ben Erwin
Fall 2016
WRT 255: Advanced Writing Studio: Advanced Argumentative Writing  Lois Agnew
WRT 255: Advanced Writing Studio: Advanced Argumentative Writing  Brice Nordquist
WRT 301: Advanced Writing Studio: Civic Writing—Writing of the 99%  Steve Parks
WRT 302: Advanced Writing Studio: Digital Writing Collin Brooke
WRT 303: Advanced Writing Studio: Research Writing—Multi-Genre Research & Writing Vani Kannan
WRT 307: Advanced Writing Studio: Professional Writing Multiple Instructors
WRT 331: Peer Writing Consultant Practicum Ben Erwin

WRT 413: Rhetoric and Ethics

Rebecca Moore Howard

WRT 422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction—Beyond Navel Gazing: Creative Nonfiction in the Digital Age Anne Fitzsimmons
WRT 424: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Identity— Racialized Rhetorics of Citizenship and National Identity Aja Martinez
WRT 426: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Information Technology—Break the Internet! Collin Brooke

2015–2016(+)

Spring 2016
WRT 255: Advanced Writing Studio: Advanced Argumentative Writing  Collin Gifford Brooke
WRT 302: Digital Writing Collin Gifford Brooke
WRT 303: Research and  Writing  Brice Nordquist
WRT 307: Professional Writing Multiple Instructors
WRT 308: Style Brice Nordquist
WRT 340: Advanced Editing Studio Patrick Berry

WRT 413: Rhetoric and Ethics

Tony Scott
WRT 422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction—The Lyric Body Stephen Kuusisto
WRT 424: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, Identity—Zombie Rhetoric Tony Scott
WRT 426: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Information Technology—Robots and Rhetoric Krista Kennedy
WRT 430: Adv Exp in Writing Consultation Ben Erwin
WRT 437/637: Rhetoric and Information Design: Beyond the Visual Krista Kennedy
Fall 2015
WRT 255: Advanced Writing Studio: Advanced Argumentative Writing  Anne Fitzsimmons
WRT 301: Civic Writing Brice Nordquist
WRT 302: Digital Writing Krista Kennedy
WRT 307: Professional Writing Multiple Instructors
WRT 331: Peer Writing Consultant Practicum Ben Erwin
WRT 413: Rhetoric and Ethics Rebecca Moore Howard
WRT 422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction—Landscapes of/and Imagination Steve Thorley
WRT 424: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, Identity—Work, Rhetoric, and Identity Lois Agnew
WRT 440: Studies in the Politics of Language and Writing—(Un)doing English Brice Nordquist

2014-2015(+)

Spring 2015

 

WRT 200: DIY Publishing

Jason Luther

WRT 255: Advanced Writing Studio: Advanced Argumentative Writing

Emily Dressing

WRT 301: Civic Writing: Engaging Alternative Histories

Jessica Pauszek

WRT 302: Digital Writing

Krista Kennedy

WRT 303: Research Writing: Research & Technology

Seth Long

WRT 307: Professional Writing

Multiple Instructors

WRT 308: Style: #Style

Collin Gifford Brooke

WRT 422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction: Memoir—Stories Untold

Kevin Browne

WRT 423: African American Rhetoric

Kevin Browne

WRT 424: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Identity: Writing Self and Space

Brice Nordquist

WRT 426: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Information Technology:
Level Up! The Rhetoric of Games and Gamification

Collin Gifford Brooke

WRT 430: Advanced Experience in Writing Consultation

Ben Erwin

Fall 2014

WRT 255: Advanced Argumentative Writing

Emily Dressing

WRT 255: Advanced Argumentative Writing

Eileen Schell

WRT 302: Digital Writing

Collin Gifford Brooke

WRT 307: Professional Writing

Multiple Instructors

WRT 331:Peer Writing Consultant Practicum

Ben Erwin

WRT 340: Advanced Editing Studio

Patrick Berry

WRT 413: Rhetoric and Ethics

Patrick Berry

WRT 422/QSX400: Studies in Creative Nonfiction: Stranger Than Fiction

Minnie Bruce Pratt

WRT 422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction: Memoir and Spoken Word

Kevin Browne

WRT 424: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Identity: Writers' Rights and Risks

Rebecca Moore Howard

WRT 428: Studies in Composition, Rhetoric, and Literacy: Reading-Writing Networks

Brice Nordquist

WRT 440 Studies in the Politics of Language and Writing: Going (Counter-)Public

Tony Scott

2013-2014(+)

Spring 2014

WRT 200: Student-Activist Histories and SU

Jason Luther

WRT 255: Advanced Argumentative Writing

Christina Feikes

WRT 302: Digital Writing

Krista Kennedy

WRT 307: Professional Writing

Multiple Instructors

WRT 308: Advanced Writing Studio: Style: Experiments in Prose Style

Rebecca Moore Howard

WRT 340: Advanced Editing Studio

Patrick Berry

WRT 422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction: Vision and Voice

John Colasacco

WRT 424: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Identity: Zombie Rhetoric and Composing Bodies

Tony Scott

WRT 426: Writing, Rhetoric, and Technology: Digital Identities

Collin Brooke

WRT 436/CCR 636: Feminist Rhetorics: Exploring the "F" Word

Eileen Schell

WRT 437/WRT 637: Information Architecture and Technical Documentation

Krista Kennedy

WRT 440: Studies in the Politics of Language and Writing: Community Writing Groups

Steve Parks

Fall 2013

WRT 255: Advanced Argumentative Writing

Emily Dressing

WRT 255: Advanced Argumentative Writing

Anne Fitzsimmons

WRT 301: Civic Writing: Accessing Civic Spaces  

Allison Hitt

WRT 302: Digital Writing

Collin Gifford Brooke

WRT 303: Research Writing: Owning Your Writing

Rebecca Moore Howard

WRT 307: Professional Writing

Multiple Instructors

WRT 331:Peer Writing Consultant Practicum

Ben Erwin

WRT 400: Selected Topics: Rhetorical Listening and Composition

Patrick W. Berry

WRT 422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction: Stranger Than Fiction

Minnie Bruce Pratt

WRT 422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction: Writing with a Sense of Adventure

Eileen Schell

WRT 422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction: The Lyric Essay

Ivy Kleinbart

WRT 424: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Identity: Working Rhetorics: Labor and Identity

Lois Agnew

2012-2013(+)

Spring 2013

WRT 200:Special Topics—DIY Publishing

Jason Luther

WRT 255: Advanced Argumentative Writing

Steve Parks

WRT 303: Research and Writing: Research, History & You

Kate Navickas

WRT 307: Professional Writing

Multiple Instructors

WRT 308: Style: Pumping Up Your Prose

Tim Dougherty

WRT 340: Advanced Editing Studio

Patrick Berry

WRT 422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction

Gael Sweeney

WRT 426: Writing, Rhetoric, and Technology: Digital Identities

Collin Brooke

WRT 426: Writing, Rhetoric, and Technology: Digital Identities

George Rhinehart

WRT 427: Writing in Design and Development Environments

Krista Kennedy

WRT 428: Studies in Composition, Rhetoric, and Literacy: The Language (of) Difference

Iswari Pandey

Fall 2012

WRT 200: Writing About Documentary Film

Anne Fitzsimmons

WRT 255: Advanced Argumentative Writing

Nancy Wright

WRT 255: Advanced Argumentative Writing

Collin Brooke

WRT 301: Civic Writing: Crossing Borders in Community Publishing

Benjamin Kuebrich

WRT 302: Digital Writing: Digitally Composed

Patrick Berry

WRT 307: Professional Writing

Multiple Instructors

WRT 331:Peer Writing Consultant Practicum

Ben Erwin

WRT 422:Studies in Creative Nonfiction:Stranger than Fiction: LGBT Creative Nonfiction

Minnie Bruce Pratt

WRT 422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction: Landscape of/and Imagination

Steve Thorley

WRT 423: African American Rhetoric: Caribbean Rhet in Harlem, 1920-39

Kevin Browne

WRT 428: Studies in Composition, Rhetoric, and Literacy: Digital Literacies

Collin Brooke

WRT 440: Studies in the Politics of Language and Writing: Writing Against the Law

Rebecca Howard

2004-2012(+)

Spring 2012
WRT 200 : Special Topics—Introduction to Digital Writing: The Read/Write Web and You Justin Lewis
WRT 255: Advanced Argumentative Writing Emily Dressing
WRT 303: Research and Writing—Real Writers, Real Research Melissa Watson
WRT 307: Professional Writing Multiple Instructors
WRT 308: Style Nicole Gonzales-Howell
WRT 340: Advanced Editing Studio—Intertext Patrick Berry
WRT 400: Special Topics—Visual Rhetoric Collin Brooke
WRT 419/619: Advanced Technical Writing Workshop—Usability & Human Factors Krista Kennedy
WRT 424: Rhetoric, Writing, and Identity—Caribbean Cybercultures Kevin Brown
WRT 428: Studies in Composition, Rhetoric, and Literacy—Asian-American Rhetoric & Writing Iswari Pandey
WRT 430: Advanced Experience in Writing Consultation Kiffen Dosch
Fall 2011
Rhetorical Tools for Writers—WRT 255: Advanced Argumentative Writing Faith Plvan
Advancing Argument in Democracy --WRT 255 Advanced Argumentative Writing Emily Dressing
Writing As A Community, Writing for Change—WRT 301: Civic Writin Steve Parks
Writing in Digital Spaces—WRT 302 Digital Writing George Rhinehart
WRT 307: Professional Writing Multiple Instructors
Style—WRT 308 Style Kevin Browne
Writing in the Center—WRT 331 Peer Writing Consultant Practicum Kiffen Dosch
Writing With Video—WRT 400: Special Topics Patrick Berry
Stranger Than Fiction —WRT 422 Studies in Creative Nonfiction Minnie Bruce Pratt
Authorship and Identity— WRT 424 Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Identity Rebecca Moore Howard

Digital Identities—WRT 426 Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Information Technology

Krista Kennedy
Writing Across World Englishes—WRT 440 Studies in the Politics of Language and Writing Iswari Pandey
Spring 2011
Rhetorical Tools for Writers—WRT 255: Advanced Argumentative Writing Faith Plvan
Be the Change: Community Writing—WRT 300: Special Topics Steve Parks
Writing for Digital Democracy—WRT 301: Civic Writing Collette Caton
Writing/Research & Authority—WRT303: Research and Writing Jeanette Jeneault
WRT 307: Professional Writing Multiple Instructors
Demystifying Style—WRT 308: Style Lois Agnew
Global Rhetorics—WRT 400: Special Topics Iswari Pandey
The Lyric Essay—WRT 422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction Ivy Kleinbart
How Narrative Structures Knowledge—WRT 422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction Maureen Puetzer
Rhetoric and Spirituality—WRT 424: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Identity TJ Geiger
   

Fall 2010


Arguing in Public—WRT 255: Advanced Argumentative Writing

Melissa Kizina
Beneficial Arguments—WRT 255: Advanced Argumentative Writing Steve Parks
Writing, Rhetoric, and Community Literacy—WRT 301: Civic Writing Tom Girshin
The Digital DIY—WRT 302: Digital Writing Rachael Shapiro
WRT 331: Peer Writing Consultant Practicum Emily Dressing
Information Design— WRT 400/600: Special Topics Krista Kennedy
Stranger Than Fiction—WRT 422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction Minnie Bruce-Pratt

Queer Writing—WRT 424: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Identity

Margaret Himley

Feminist Rhetoric(s)—WRT 436: WRT/CRS/WGS 436 meets with CCR/CRS/WGS 636

Gwendolyn Pough
Writers' Rights and Risks—WRT 440: Studies in the Politics of Language and Writing Rebecca Moore Howard
Spring 2010
Advanced Argumentative Writing—WRT 255: Advanced Argumentative Writing Tricia Serviss
Research Noir—WRT 303: Writing & Research Jeff Simmons
Style—WRT 308: Style Carolyn Hanlon
WRT 307: Professional Writing Multiple Instructors
Writing With Video—WRT 400: Special Topics George Rhinehart
Vision and Voice—WRT 422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction John Colasacco
Rhetorics of Resistance—WRT 424: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Identity Laurie Gries
Rhetoric and/as Design—WRT426: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Information Technology Collin Gifford Brooke
Emerging Technologies in Prof. & Technical Communication—WRT427/627: Wrt in Design & Development Environments Krista Kennedy
 
Fall 2009
Rhetorical Tools for Writers—WRT 255: Advanced Argumentative Writing Faith Plvan
Writing, Publics, and Power—WRT 255: Advanced Argumentative Writing Adam Banks
Writing as Rebellion—WRT301: Civic Writing Janell Haynes
Otherwords—WRT302: Digital Writing Collin Gifford Brooke
Writers Beyond the Classroom—WRT331: Peer Writing Consultant Practicum Jason Luther
The Ethics of Rhetoric: Truth or Flattery?—WRT400: Special Topics Lois Agnew
Studies in Narrative and Post Memoir—WRT422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction Donna Marsh-O'Connor
e-Merging Identities—WRT 424: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Identity Ty O'Bryan
Spring 2009
Rhetorical Tools for Writers—WRT 255: Advanced Argumentative Writing Louise Wetherbee Phelps
Writing, Publics, and Power—WRT 301:Advanced Writing Studio: Civic Writing Kelly Rawson
WRT 307: Professional Writing Multiple Instructors
Wild and Whirling Words—WRT308: Style Jeremiah Thompson 
Versions of Reality—WRT422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction Gael Sweeney
African American Rhetoric—WRT423: African American Rhetoric Gwendolyn Pough
Queer Writing—WRT424: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Identity Margaret Himley
Digital Underground: Black Music & Technology—WRT426: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Information Technology Adam Banks
 
Fall 2008
Arguing Publicly, Arguing Personally—WRT 255 : Advanced Argumentative Writing Eileen E. Schell
Writing the Election—WRT 301: Civic Writing Lois Agnew
Writing in Digital Spaces—WRT 302: Digital Writing George Rhinehart
The Rhetorics of Research—WRT 303: Research Writing Tricia Serviss
WRT 307: Professional Writing Multiple Instructors
Writers Beyond the Classroom—WRT 331: Peer Writing Consultant Practicum Jason Luther
Stranger than Fiction—WRT 422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction Minnie Bruce Pratt
Writing in the City—WRT 428: Studies in Composition, Rhetoric, and Literacy Steve Parks
Rhetoric and Politics of the Black Sermon—WRT 440: Studies in the Politics of Language and Writing Adam Banks

Spring 2008

 
Argument and Community—WRT 255 : Advanced Argumentative Writing Lois Agnew
Civic Space in New City—WRT 301: Civic Writing Christina Feikes
Scholarship in Action—WRT 303: Research Writing Madeline Yonker
WRT 307: Professional Writing Multiple Instructors
It's All About How You Say It—WRT 308: Style Molly Voorheis
Life, Love, and Liberation —WRT 423: African American Rhetoric Adam Banks
Rap, Race, Rhetoric, and Identity—WRT 424: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Identity Gwendolyn Pough
Writing the Digital Divide—WRT 426: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Information Technology Iswari Pandey
 

Fall 2007

Writing for Local and Global Audiences—WRT 255 : Advanced Argumentative Writing Iswari Pandey
Engagement Through Writing—WRT 301: Civic Writing Adam Banks
Writing the Digital Zeitgeist—WRT 302: Digital Writing Ty O'Bryan
Writing for Enthusiasts—WRT 303: Research Writing Henry Jankiewicz
WRT 307: Professional Writing Multiple Instructors
Writing Beyond the Classroom—WRT 331: Peer Writing Consultant Practicum Jason Luther
Stranger Than Fiction—WRT 422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction Minnie Bruce Pratt
Writing in Schools and Communities—WRT 428: Studies in Composition, Rhetoric, and Literacy Jonna Gilfus
Writing About The Media—WRT 440: Studies in the Politics of Language and Writing Steve Thorley
Spring 2007
Writing For Our Local and Global Communities: The Word, the Image, and the Screen—WRT 301: Civic Writing Eileen Schell
Research Writing in an Online World—WRT 303: Research Writing Kurt Stavenhagen
WRT 307: Professional Writing Multiple Instructors
Stylin'—WRT 308: Style Jeff Simmons
Writers Beyond Classrooms—WRT 331: Peer Writing Consultant Practicum Jason Luther
Public Intellectuals, Cultural Critics, and “Pop Culture”
Analysts: Writing Self and Society—WRT 422: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Identity
Gwendolyn Pough
Troubling Bodies: Race, Gender, and Sexuality—WRT 424: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Identity Elisa Norris
Writing for Web 2.0 —WRT 426: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Information Technology Collin Gifford Brooke
   

Fall 2006

 
The Active Writer—WRT 301: Civic Writing Lois Agnew
The Digital and Its Links—WRT 302: Digital Writing Derek Mueller
Radical Syracuse—WRT 303: Research Writing Nance Hahn
WRT 307: Professional Writing Multiple Instructors
Peer Consultant Practicum—WRT 331: Peer Writing Consultant Practicum Jason Luther
Where Do We Go From Here? Contemporary African American Rhetoric—WRT 424: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Identity Adam Banks
Authors, Writers, Heroes—WRT 428: Studies in Composition, Rhetoric, and Literacy Rebecca Moore Howard
Class Warfare: Campus & Community—WRT 440: Studies in the Politics of Language and Writing Steve Parks
Spring 2006  
From Spray Paint to Blogs: Activist Writing —WRT 301: Civic Writing Steve Park
Research Noir—WRT 303: Research Writing Jeff Simmons
WRT 307: Professional Writing Multiple Instructors
Constructing Style—WRT 308: Style Lois Agnew
Advanced Editing Studio—WRT 340: Advanced Editing Studio Chris Madden-Feikes
Writing a Sense of Place: A Creative Nonfiction Workshop —WRT 422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction Eileen Schell
Race, Rhetoric, and Technology —WRT 426: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Information Technology Adam Banks
   

Fall 2005

 

Writing for Change—WRT 301: Civic Writing

Molly Voorheis
Jacking the Frame (Technological Remediation and Re-culturation)—WRT 302: Digital Writing Madeline Yonker
Argument in the 21st Century—WRT 303: Research Writing Rebecca Moore Howard
WRT 307: Professional Writing Multiple Instructors
WRT 331: Peer Writing Consultant Practicum Vivian Rice
WRT 427/627: Writing in Design and Development Environments (Online) George Rhinehart
Sermons, Standups, and the Spoken Word: Rhetoric in the African American Oral Tradition —WRT 424: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Identity Adam Banks
Black Women and Literacy—WRT 428: Studies in Composition, Rhetoric, and Literacy Gwendolyn Pough
Language and the Public—WRT 440 : Studies in the Politics of Language and Writing Lois Agnew

Spring 2005

 
</writing>—WRT 302: Digital Writing George Rhinehart
WRT 307: Professional Writing Multiple Instructors
Experimenting With Styles—WRT 308: Style Rebecca Moore Howard
WRT 340: Advanced Editing Studio Eileen Moeller
The Art of Creating Memoir—WRT 422: Studies in Creative Non-Fiction Maureen Puetzer
Paul Robeson, the Black Left, and the Movement Between the Movements—WRT 424: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Identity) Adam Banks
WRT 430: Advanced Writing Consultation Vivian Rice
   

Fall 2004

 
Environmental Activism—WRT 301: Civic Writing David Nentwick
Language, Culture, and Information —WRT 303: Research and Writing Tennyson O'Donnell
WRT 307: Professional Writing Multiple Instructors
Peer Writing Consultant Practicum—WRT 331: Peer Writing Consultant Practicum Vivian Rice
Memoir and Public Voice —WRT 422: Studies in Creative Non-Fiction Amanda Brown
Self-Presentation/Media Representation —WRT 424: Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Identity Burgess
Writing, Schools, and Power—WRT 428: Studies in Composition, Rhetoric, and Literacy Jonna Gilfus

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Department of Writing Studies, Rhetoric, and Composition
239 HB Crouse Hall
Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY 13244
315-443-1091

writing@syr.edu