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Hunter Hoskins

Professorial Lecturer Department of Literature

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  • Professorial Lecturer
Teaching Rhetoric since 2004, Hunter Hoskins joined the AU College Writing faculty in 2013, after having taught at the University of Georgia, Marymount University, and Lander University. His teaching and research interest focuses on digital pedagogy and its intersection with traditional conceptions of Rhetoric and writing ecologies. In the spring of 2017, he presented his most recent paper, "30 Years On: What's Living or Dead in Stanley Fish's Composition Scholarship," at the NCTE CCC Conference in Portland, Oregon.
Book Currently Reading
Byron Hawk, A Counter-History of Composition: Toward Methodologies of Complexity

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CAS - Literature
Battelle Tompkins - 220
MTh: 2:45-5:00
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(202) 885-2935

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Professional Presentations

 Spring 2017 CCCC Convention: "30 Years On: What's Living or Dead in Stanley Fish's Composition Scholarship."