Faculty & Staff Directory
Tammie Kennedy, PhD
PhD, MA University of Arizona
MS Illinois State University
BS Illinois State University
Rhetoric and Film
Creative Nonfiction—memoir, graphic memoir, lyrical essay
From the Heartland: Critical Reading and Writing at UNO. 3rd edition (with Maggie Christensen). Fountainhead Press: Southlake, TX, 2017.
Rhetorics of Whiteness: Postracial Hauntings in Popular Culture, Social Media, and Education (co-edited with Joyce Irene Middleton and Krista Ratcliffe). Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2017.
“Boxed Wine Feminisms: The Rhetoric of Women’s Wine Drinking in The Good Wife.” Food, Feminisms, and Rhetorics. Ed. Melissa Goldthwaite. Carbondale, IL: SIUP, 2017: 171-180.
“Comics and Composition, Comics as Composition: Navigating Production and Consumption” (with Jessi Thomsen and Erica Trabold). Composition Studies 43.1 (Spring 2015): 183-200.
“A Pedagogy for the Ethics of Remembering: Producing Public Memory for the Women’s Archive Project” (with Angelika Walker). Pedagogies of Public Memory: Museums, Memorials, and Archives as Sites for Teaching Writing. Eds. Jane Greer and Laurie Grobman. New York: Routledge, 2015. 91-104.
“Show, Don’t Tell: Using Graphic Narratives to Teach Descriptive Writing” (with Tracey D. Menten). Creative Composition: Inspiration and Techniques for Writing Instruction. Eds. Danita Berg and Lori A. May. Multilingual Matters, 2015. 154-168.
“Sustaining White Homonormativity: The Kids are All Right as Public Pedagogy.” Journal of Lesbian Studies 18.2 (Summer 2014): 118-32.
“Smaller Boxes.” Emrys Journal 30 (2013): 47-49.
“Mapping ‘Memoryscapes’: Reconfiguring the Theoretical Terrain of Rhetoric and Memory” JAC: Journal for Interdisciplinary Study of Rhetoric, Culture, and Politics 33.3-4 (Fall 2013): 763-81.
“Mary Magdalene and the Politics of Public Memory: Interrogating The Da Vinci Code.” Feminist Formations 24.2 (Aug. 2012): 120-139.
“Dead Babies Photo.” Brevity: A Journal of Concise Literary NonFiction 36 (May 2011).
“Reading, Writing, and Thinking about Disability Issues” (with Tracey D. Menten). English Journal 100.2 (Nov. 2010): 61-67.
Writing Theory and Pedagogies
Rhetorical Theory and History
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