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
“Mary Magdelene and the Politics of Public Memory: Interrogating The Da Vinci Code.” Feminist Formations 24.2 (Aug. 2012).
Writing from the Heartland: Critical Reading and Writing at UNO (with Rachel Bash and Maggie Christensen). Hayden McNeil: Plymouth, MI. 2011.
“Dead Babies Photo.” Brevity: A Journal of Concise Literary NonFiction 36 (May 2011).
“Reading, Writing, and Thinking about Disability Issues” (with Tracey Menten). English Journal 100.2 (Nov. 2010): 61-67.
“Re-membering White Privilege: Rhetorical Memory and Film.” Online Essay. Conference on College Composition and Communication Diversity Blog: Invited Guest Entry (July 2010).
“Enthymematical, Epistemic, and Emotional Silence(s) in the Rhetoric of Whiteness.” JAC 27. 1/2 (2007): 253-75.
“Loading Up the U-Haul: Traveling the Spaces Between Friends and Lovers.” Journal of Lesbian Studies 8 (Fall 2004): 45-55. Rpt. In Lesbian Ex-Lovers: The Really Long-Term Relationship. Ed. Jacqueline S. Weinstock and Esther D. Rothblum. Harrington Park P, 2005. 45-56.
“The Matter of Whiteness: Or, Why Whiteness Studies Is Important in Rhetoric and Composition Studies.” (with Joyce Irene Middleton and Krista Ratcliffe) Rhetoric Review 24.4 (2005): 359-73.
“(Re)Presenting Mary Magdalene: A Feminist Reading of The Last Temptation of Christ.” Journal of Religion and Popular Culture 9 (Spring 2005). http://www.usask.ca/relst/jrpc/art9-scorsesemisogynist.html
Teaching AreasFirst-year writing
Composition Theory and Pedagogies
Rhetorical Theory and History
Rhetorics of Difference
Dr. Kennedy's other administrative responsibilities include serving as co-editor for the UNO Women’s Archive Project.
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