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Hannah Rule

Title: Associate Professor
McCausland Faculty Fellow
Department: English Language and Literature
College of Arts and Sciences
Email: ruleh@mailbox.sc.edu
Phone: 803-576-5975
Office: HUO 203
Resources:

Curriculum Vitae [PDF]
English Language and Literature
My Website

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Education 

Ph.D., Rhetoric and Composition, University of Cincinnati

Areas of Specialization 

    Rhetoric and Composition
    Writing Pedagogies
    Composition Theory

Recently Taught Courses 

ENGL 460 Advanced Writing
ENGL 468 Digital Writing
ENGL 890 Studies in Rhetoric and Composition
ENGL 790 Survey of Composition Studies
ENGL 461 The Teaching of Writing
ENGL 102H Rhetoric and Composition

Recent Publications 


RECENT ARTICLES
   • Janine Morris, Hannah J. Rule, and Christina LaVecchia. “Writing Groups as Feminist Practice." Peitho: Journal of the Coalition of Feminist Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition, vol. 22, no. 3, Spring 2020
   • Rule, Hannah J. “Beyond Page Design: Writing as Embodied Multimodal Meaning.” Writing Changes: Alphabetic Text and Multimodal Composition edited by Pegeen Reichert Powell. MLA Press, 2020. Forthcoming.
   • Rule, Hannah J. “Sensing the Sentence: An Embodied Simulation Approach to Rhetorical Grammar.” Best of the Journals in Rhetoric & Composition 2018 edited by Jordan Canzonetta, André Habet, Laura Gonzales, David Blakesley, Jessica Pauszek, and Steve Parks. Parlor Press, 2019.
   • Rule, Hannah J. "Writing's Rooms." College Composition and Communication, vol. 69, no. 3, February 2018, pp. 402-432.
   • Rule, Hannah J. "Sensing the Sentence: An Embodied Simulation Approach to Rhetorical Grammar" Composition Studies, vol. 45, no. 1, 2017, pp. 19-38.
   • Rule, Hannah J. "Good Writers Must Know Grammatical Terminology." Bad Ideas about Writing edited by Cheryl E. Ball and Drew M. Loewe. West Virginia Libraries Digital Publishing Institute, 2017, pp. 150-154.

BOOKS
   • Situating Writing Processes
. WAC Clearinghouse/University Press of Colorado, 2019.

Situating Writing Processes (2019) asks how a renewed sense of writing processes might differently inflect contemporary writing pedagogies. Expanding contemporary process teaching away from strategy and toward responsivity, difference, and improvisation, this book aims to help writing teachers capaciously reimagine a critical pedagogical concept and position student-writers to locate composing within dynamic and unforeseen contexts.

Recent Presentations

   • “Situating Process: Pushing Process as a Commonplace with Hospitality,” Carolina Rhetoric Conference, Invited Presenter—Keynote Panel, Feb 28, 2020.
   • “Situating Writing Processes: From Sameness and Strategy to Difference and Improvisation.” South Carolina Council of Teachers of English Conference (SCCTE), February 2020.
   • "Situating Writing Process,"12th Biennial Thomas R. Watson Conference on Rhetoric and Composition, October 2018.
   • "Annotation as Unifying Rhetorical Method in the Writing Classroom," UNCC University Writing Program Conference, October 2018.
   • "Undoing Theory/Practice (and Two other Provocations)," Panel: Provocations 15 Years after Rhetoric and Composition as Intellectual Work, with Laura Micciche, Melissa Pearson, and Raul Sanchez, Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC), Kansas City 2018.
   • "Annotation Practices and Student Success in Reading and Writing," Invited Speaker, SC Technical College System Faculty Institute, October 2017.


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