Tim Amidon is both a firefighter and a rhetorician, examining the ways in which communication, literacy, and technology are used in high-risk, high-stress situations. Amidon’s research investigates how communication and the various technologies we use help us to create and participate in the world around us.
Author Archives: Jill Salahub
As part of Women’s History Month, Ben-Zvi will be at Bas Bleu Theater in Fort Collins on March 9 and 10 to discuss Glaspell and the themes that appear in two of her politically pivotal works.
Creative work proposals addressing the issues of protecting and restoration of the natural world are now being accepted for the inaugural Words for the Earth Award through the Department of English.
For assistant professor of English Doug Cloud, rhetoric can be used for social justice. “It goes beyond describing reality as it is and articulates new and sometimes radical visions of how things could be.”
During the celebration of Earth Week, the Department of English is hosting two special speakers: award-winning poet and professor Ross Gay and professor and author Thomas S. Davis.