Ph.D. 2008, University of New Hampshire
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A. Abby Knoblauch's interests include feminist rhetorical theories and feminist pedagogies, teacher development, and popular culture and the teaching of writing. She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in composition, rhetoric, popular culture, and film adaptation. Her current research focuses on embodied rhetorics and embodied pedagogies. Her work has appeared in a number of scholarly collections, as well as the journals Slayage and College Composition and Communication. Her most recent article has been accepted by Composition Studies. She has also co-edited a book on first-time teaching experiences.
"Disrupting Disruption: Invitational Pedagogy and Issues of Authority in the College Writing Classroom." Disrupting Pedagogies and Teaching the Knowledge Society: Countering Conservative Norms with Creative Approaches. Julie Falkner, ed. Hershey: PA, IGI Global Publishers, 2012. 122-35.
"A Textbook Argument: Definitions of Argument in Leading Composition Textbooks." College Composition and Communication. 63.2 (2011): 244-268.
"From Burke to Buffy and Back Again: Intersections of Rhetoric, Magic, and Identification in Buffy the Vampire Slayer." Slayage: The Journal of the Whedon Studies Association. 8.1 (2010): n. pag. Web.
With Paul Kei Matsuda. "First-Year Composition in Twentieth-Century U.S. Higher Education: A Historical Overview." Teaching Academic Writing. Ed. Patricia Friedrich. New York: Continuum Press, 2008. 3-25.