Dr. Anthony EdgingtonAnthony Edgington is an Associate Professor of English and the Director in the Composition Program.
Office: FH 1500D
Office Phone: 419-530-8578
My educational background encompasses courses in composition and rhetorical theory, history, and practice; methodology; political rhetoric; and early and contemporary American literature.
University of Louisville. Ph.D. Rhetoric and Composition (2004)
- Dissertation: Think Before You Ink: Reflecting on Teacher Response
Slippery Rock University. M.A. English (2000)
- Thesis: “Colored” Cardboard: An Analysis of Stereotypes and Popular Culture in the Pre-World War II Horrors of War
University of Pittsburgh. B.A. Communications and Rhetoric (1997)
My research interests focus on different aspects of rhetoric and composition. First, I am interested in issues related to writing assessment, specifically assessment that occurs in the classroom (responding to student writing, grading, portfolios, conferencing, etc) and methods of large-scale assessment (placement, exit testing, standardized testing, etc). My research also focuses on graduate students serving as writing program administrators, literacy issues, writing-across-the-curriculum, using popular culture in writing classrooms, and working class studies.