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Dr. Angela Haas

Professor
English
Office
Stevenson Hall - STV 406
Office Hours
by appointment
  • About
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Current Courses

128.001Gender In The Humanities

128.003Gender In The Humanities

499.007Independent Research For The Master's Thesis

500.002Independent Study

599.014Research And Dissertation

599.114Research And Dissertation Final Term

249.005Technical & Professional Writing I

249.006Technical & Professional Writing I

353.001Technical Editing

453.001Technical Editing

Teaching Interests & Areas

cultural rhetorics, editing, rhetorical theory, technical communication

Research Interests & Areas

cultural rhetorics, editing, rhetorical theory, technical communication

Ph D Rhetoric & Writing

Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan

MA English

Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, Ohio

BS Secondary English Education

Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, Ohio

Book Review

Haas, A. Review of Who Owns Native Culture? by Michael F. Brown (Harvard UP, 2003. Computers and Composition, special issue: Copyright, Culture, Creativity, and the Commons. Computers and Composition, special issue: Copyright, Culture, Creativity, and the Commons 27.3 (2010)

Presentations

Indigenous Transgressions in Rhetoric and Composition Studies: Forging Decolonial Theoretical, Methodological, and Pedagogical Trade Routes.. Indigenous Transgressions in Rhetoric and Composition Studies: Forging Decolonial Theoretical, Methodological, and Pedagogical Trade Routes.. (2010)
Race, Rhetoric, & Technology: Case Studies of Decolonial Theory & Pedagogy. Computers & Writing. (2010)
Sherman Alexie and his award-winning novel Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian. Dr. Abbie Ventura's Spring 2010 Children's Lit course, ENG 272. (2010)
The Absolutely True & Virtual Diary of a Part-Time Indian: The Part Where She Teaches Literature via Decolonial Digital and Visual Rhetorics Pedagogy.. Computers & Writing. (2010)
Theorizing, Building, and Employing a Decolonial Digital and Visual Rhetorics Pedagogy in American Indian Literatures Curricula.. Native American Indigenous Studies Association Meeting. (2010)
Virtual Transgressions: Forging Decolonial Theoretical and Methodological Trade Routes in Digital and Visual Rhetoric Studies.. Digital Writing Reading Group, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. Digital Writing Reading Group, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. (2010)
"What Can American Indians Tell Us about Digital and Visual Rhetoric Inquiry?: Forging Intellectual Trade Routes Toward a Decolonial Digital and Visual Rhetorics Pedaogogy.. Conference on College Composition and Communication. (2010)
decolonization as both a theoretical concept and a research methodology. Guest Lecturer in Dr. Julie Jung's Spring 2010 Advanced Composition course, ENG 246. (2010)