Dr. Amy Robillard

Professor
  • CURRENT COURSES
  • ENG 246Sec 1 Advanced Composition
  • ENG 499Sec 5 Masters Thesis
  • ENG 591Sec 4 Practicum Coll Tchng
  • ENG 283Sec 1 Rhetorical Thry & Ap
  • ENG 283Sec 2 Rhetorical Thry & Ap
  • ENG 599Sec 8 Rsch & Dissertation
  • TEACHING INTERESTS
  • Composition theory, rhetorical theory, life writing, the personal essay, pedagogy
  • RESEARCH INTERESTS
  • Composition theory, rhetorical theory, authorship studies, life writing, the personal essay, class studies, and medical humanities, especially the illness narrative
  • Ph D Composition and Cultural Rhetoric - 2004
  • Syracuse University
  • MA - 1999
  • University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Boston, MA
  • BA - 1994
  • Clark University
  • Worcester, MA
  • SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
  • Robillard, Amy E. "Remnants." The Rumpus. 15 August 2016. http://therumpus.net/2016/08/remnants/
  • Robillard, Amy E., and Ron Fortune, eds. Authorship Contested: Cultural Challenges to the Authentic, Autonomous Author. New York: Routledge, 2015.
  • Robillard, Amy E. “Picking Sides.” Full Grown People 4 June 2015. Available at http://fullgrownpeople.com/2015/06/04/picking-sides
  • Robillard, Amy E. “Changing the Subject.” The Rumpus 27 May 2015. Available at http://therumpus.net/2015/05/changing-the-subject
  • Robillard, Amy E. “The Bridge.” Full Grown People. 19 March 2015. Available at http://fullgrownpeople.com/2015/03/19/bridge/
  • Robillard, Amy E. “On Narrative Collapse: Dementia, Depression, and the Significance of Narrative Resources.” Survive and Thrive: A Journal for Medical Humanities and Narrative as Medicine 1.1 (2014). Available at http://repository.stcloudstate.edu/survive_thrive/vol1/iss1/8
  • Fortune, Ron, and Amy E. Robillard. “Life Writing at Cross Purposes: Documentary Forgery and the Reconstruction of Identity.” Life Writing 10.1 (2012).
  • College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Teacher Award
  • 2014
  • John A. Dossey Award for Outstanding Teaching
  • College of Arts and Sciences
  • 2014
  • Publication in The Best of the Independent Rhetoric and Composition Journals 2010
  • 2010