Elizabeth Kalbfleisch, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of English
Rhetoric, Academic Writing
Office: Engleman Hall D257
Ph.D. Rhetoric, University of Minnesota, 2012
M.A. English, Western Washington University, 2006
B.A. Liberal Studies and Neuroscience, The Evergreen State College, 2002
About Professor Kalbfleisch
I am a historian of rhetorical and literary practices in emerging modernity and the co-coordinator of composition at SCSU. My research interests involve the transformation of rhetoric in modernity, the history of canons, the effect of canons on literacy pedagogy, and the relationship of reading and writing in academic writing pedagogy.
Recent Courses Taught
ENG 110 - Fundamentals of Academic Writing
ENG 112 - Writing Arguments
ENG 200 - Intermediate Composition
Selected Publications and Presentations
“Anxieties of Legitimacy: The Origins and Impact of the ‘Classicist Stance’ in American Rhetoric Studies”. Advances in the History of Rhetoric, 16:1 2013, 82-106.