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Christopher Alexander

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Lecturer

Ph.D. (Rhetoric & Composition), University of Louisville, 2010.

I teach First-Year Writing, Honors Composition & Literature, and Technical & Professional Communication courses.

In the more distant past, I have written on audio theory, British Romantic poetry & history, business communications, Composition theory & practice, discourse studies, genre studies, interview practices in first-year writing, legal discursive practices, memoir writing, syllabus/course design, and 1970s American radicalism.

My current projects include explorations of contractual metaphoric language and adapting to survive Georgia summers. Both are long-term projects.

My profile pic is from The Descendents' 1982 album "Milo Goes to College" (without the tie).

 

CURRENT TEACHING SCHEDULE (Spring 2022)

English 1102 (MWF 910am)

English 1102 (MWF 1130am)

English 1102 (TR 1110am)

English 1102 (TR 220pm)

 

COURSES REGULARLY TAUGHT

English 1050H (Honors Composition & Literature)

English 1101 (First-Year Composition I)

English 1102 (First-Year Composition II)

English 3590W (Technical & Professional Communication)

 

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