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Dr. Geoffrey Clegg

Fax
(940) 397 4931
Title
Assistant Professor
Department
English
Location
Bea Wood Hall
Room
234
Institution Degree Graduation Date
Texas A&M University-Commerce PhD in Rhetoric and Composition 2016
Northwestern State University Masters of English 2005
Northwestern State University Bachelors in History and English 2003
Employer Position Start Date End Date
MSU Texas Assistant Professor of Business and Technical Writing 08/01/2017
Arkansas State Visiting Assistant Professor
The Pennsylvania State University Lecturer
Western Michigan University Assistant Professor

Book Chapters

"Victimless Leather: Toward a New Materialist Ethics of Invention" in Reinviting (with) Theory in Rhetoric and Writing Studies: Essays in Honor of Sharon Crowley. Eds. Ryan Skinnell, Judy Holiday, Kendell Gerdes. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press. July 2019..

"Sustainable Audiences: Navigating Literacies through Penn State's Sustaintability Project, Business Writing, and Community Outreach" in Writing, Democracy, and Activism: The Political Turn in the Trump Era. Eds. Deborah Mutnick, Jess Pauzeck, Steve Parks, & Shannon Carter. Routledge. Aug. 2019.

"Beyond Hearts and Minds: Posthumanism, Kairos, and Technical Communication in US Army Field Manual 3-24, Counterinsurgency" in Posthuman Praxis in Technical Communication. Eds. Kristen R. Moore & Daniel P. Richards. New York: Routledge. 2018.

Journal Articles (peer reviewed)

"Programmatic Outcomes in Undergraduate Technical and Professional Communication  Programs” w/ Lisa Meloncon, Jessica Laurer, Johanna Phelps. Submitted to Technical Communication Quarterly. Under review.

Contributor: “Where We Are.” Composition Studies 47.1 (2019): 175-180.

Jill Bradbury, Geoffrey Clegg, Stephanie L. Kerschbaum, Pamela Kincheloe, Tonya Stremlau. (2018). “Response to Carol L. Robinson, ‘Go Ask Alisoun: Geoffrey Chaucer and   Deafland (deafness as authority)’. Literature Compass. 2018; e12503.               https://doi.org/10.1111/lic3.12503

Geoffrey M. Clegg. (2018). Unheard Complaints: Integrating Captioning Into Business and  Professional Communication Presentations. Business and Professional Communication Quarterly81(1), 100–122. https://doi.org/10.1177/2329490617748710

Geoffrey Clegg. “Cicero’s Rhetorical Invention and Its Relationship to Modern Theory: How Rhetoric, Hermeneutics, and Externalism Contribute to Understanding Invention.” Louisiana English Journal 28 (2009): 26-29.