Rhetoric & Writing PhD candidate Tina Arduini treated audience members Thursday, November 19th to emerging findings from her dissertation project, “Tools of Play: Developing a Pedagogical Framework for gaming Literacy in the Multimodal Composition Classroom” as part of her Non-Service Fellowship (NSF) lecture.
Posted by bgsuenglish on November 23, 2015
Posted by bgsuenglish on November 18, 2015
The Rhetoric & Writing program celebrated Jeffrey S. Moore’s successful graduate lecture Wednesday, November 17th. Jeffrey previewed his timely study, “Digital Literacy and Composing Practices of Second Language Students: A Student Perspective on Writing, Technology, and Privilege” to an engaged audience.
Congratulations to Jeffrey: ABD!
Posted by bgsuenglish on November 9, 2015
BGSU had writer and director John Waters on campus last week. After a spoken word show Thursday evening, Waters met with students from English, Art, and Theater and Film on Friday. It was great to hear him talking writing and the writing life to our students. An article about his visit was published by the Sentinel-Tribune.
Posted by bgsuenglish on October 26, 2015
John Waters, writer and director of movies such as “Hairspray,” “Pink Flamingo,” and others, will be coming to Bowling Green State University for a brief residency this fall. His one person show, “This Filthy World,” is free, but advanced tickets are required, since seating is limited. If you’re interested, the link below will take you to the University Box Office.
Posted by bgsuenglish on October 20, 2015
October 20, 2015
Rhetoric & Writing doctoral student and now Ph.D candidate Adam Sprague gave a successful graduate lecture of his planned dissertation project, “Analyzing The Feedback Preferences and Learning Styles Of Second Language Students In ESOL Writing Courses at Bowling Green State University.”
Posted by bgsuenglish on October 16, 2015
Rhetoric & Writing candidate Amy Wrobel Jamieson kicked off the program’s fall research presentation series with her lively talk,”What Students Want: (Re)Designing The Undergraduate Curriculum.” Amy plans to celebrate delivering her talk by running the Detroit Marathon this Sunday. Go Amy!
Posted by bgsuenglish on October 6, 2015
Shakespeare is coming to Bowling Green! The Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference begins on Thursday, October 8. On site registration begins at noon at the Bowen Thompson Student Union, 316, and panels begin at 1 p.m.
A couple of key events: Thursday evening Happy Hour from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday performance of Macbeth by the Rubber City Shakespeare Company at 7:30, Bowling Green Performing Arts Centre, 1079 Fairview Avenue.
Posted by bgsuenglish on September 30, 2015
The Ohio Valley Shakespeare Festival is coming to Bowling Green State University from October 8 – 10. A special feature will be a performance of Macbeth on Friday, October 9th, at 7:30 pm. The play will be performed by the Rubber City Shakespeare Company, and the performance will be held at the Performing Arts Center, Bowling Green Middle School.
Posted by bgsuenglish on September 25, 2015
Photo: Dr. Adams and Dr. Blair celebrate her successful dissertation last spring.
Rhetoric & Writing graduate Dr. Megan Adams and Megan’s advisor, Dr. Kristine L. Blair, are the recipients of the BGSU’s 2015 Distinguished Dissertation Award. Dr. Blair describes Dr. Adams’ dissertation, Through Their Lenses: Examining Community-Sponsored Digital Literacy Practices, as “a wonderful model of the power of video and multimodality in both data collection and data representation.”
Megan, a May 2015 Rhetoric & Writing Program graduate, is now Assistant Professor of Communication at the University of Findlay. Through Their Lenses: Examining Community-Sponsored Digital Literacy Practices can be accessed electronically through OhioLink and the BGSU libraries, at this link: http://maurice.bgsu.edu/record=b3959598~S0.
Posted by bgsuenglish on July 16, 2015
Dustin Hoffman, MFA ’09, has won the 2015 Prairie Schooner Book Prize, given out by Prairie Schooner, a literary journal published at the University of Nebraska. The book, entitled “One Hundred-Knuckled Fist,” was chosen from among 1200 entries. It will be published in September of 2016.