My name is Geneva Korytkowski, and I am in my last semester at EMU for my master’s in the teaching of writing. Currently, I am working as a high school English teacher at Carlson High School (Downriver area) and as a graduate assistant for Dr. Tucker with the Eastern Michigan Writing Project. Unfortunately for you, you’ll have to listen to bad stories about my daughter or my school kids. Enjoy!
As follow-up to the call for a blog entry in the closing minutes of Monday night’s class, here goes.
Derek Mueller is Associate Professor of Written Communication and Director of the First-year Writing Program at Eastern Michigan University, where he regularly teaches courses in visual rhetorics, writing pedagogy, and research methods. His research attends to questions concerning networked writing practices, rhetorical aspects of computational methods (e.g., data mining and visualization), and discipliniographies or field narratives related to rhetoric and composition/writing studies. Mueller’s work has been published in Kairos, Enculturation, Computers and Composition, Present Tense, Composition Forum, and JAC. For more, visit derekmueller.net.
Visual Rhetorics Definition Study of images, graphics, and visuals, how and why they are made, what are their effects, and how they circulate. But “study” is dissatisfying because rhetoric requires action and “study” hints at knowing too passively.