Department of English at Illinois State University

English Department Faculty and Staff


Robillard

Amy E. Robillard

Associate Professor

Office Address: STV 345
Office Phone: (309) 438-7970
Office Hours: W 1-3 and by appt.
Email: Contact Amy E. Robillard (aerobil)
Website: Visit Amy E. Robillard’s Website
Teaching Schedule:
Course NumberSectionCourse NameTimeRoom NumberCourse Links
ENG100.04Introduction to English Studies T R 09:35 - 10:50STV 0347
ENG246.02Advanced Composition T R 12:35 - 13:50STV 0250
ENG246.03Advanced Composition T R 14:00 - 15:15STV 0250
Teaching Interests:
Composition theory, rhetorical theory, life writing and autobiography, the personal essay
Research Interests:
Composition theory, rhetorical theory, authorship studies, life writing and autobiography, creative non-fiction, academic writing, class studies, animal studies.
Education:
Ph.D. Composition and Cultural Rhetoric, Syracuse University 2004

M.A. English with Composition emphasis University of Massachusetts Boston 1999

B.A. English with writing concentration, magna cum laude, Clark University 1994
Selected Publications:

Robillard, Amy E., and John W. Presley. "Plagiarism, Academic Mobbing, and the Manufacture of Scandal." JAC, forthcoming.

Fortune, Ron, and Amy E. Robillard. "Life Writing at Cross Purposes: Documentary Forgery and the Reconstruction of Identity." Life Writing 10.1 (2012).

Sharp-Hoskins, Kellie, and Amy E. Robillard. "Narrating the 'Good Teacher' in Rhetoric and Composition: Ideology, Affect, Complicity." JAC 32.1-2 (2012): 305-36.

 

Robillard, Amy E. "Anticipating Nostalgia, Securing Annabelle." JAC 30.3-4 (2010): 785-812.

 

Robillard, Amy. "Pass It On: Revising the Plagiarism is Theft Metaphor." JAC 29.1-2 (2009): 405-35. Republished in The Best of the Independent Rhetoric and Composition Journals 2010. Ed. Steve Parks, Linda Adler-Kassner, Brian Bailie, and Collette Caton. 132-62.

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