Associate Professor / Chairperson
English & Communication
Liberal Arts 340
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- Communication BA
- Creative and Professional Writing Concentration
- English BA
- Literature and Criticism
- Writing, Rhetoric & Communication
The study and contemporary application of ancient Greek and Roman rhetorical theory. Students will apply rhetorical theory in ongoing analyses of a wide range of communication media (written, spoken, visual) and in their own writing.
- Professional, Technical, and Political Communication
- Discourse Analysis
Professor Eisenhart teaches courses in style, rhetoric, grants writing, document design, science and technology writing, and frequently teaches our graduate thesis research course. Since completing an undergraduate degree in creative writing and political theory, he alternated between work in technical communications and teaching English before pursuing his Phd in Rhetoric at Carnegie Mellon, where he also completed a post-doctoral fellowship. Professor Eisenhart recently co-edited and contributed to a volume of studies with Barbara Johnstone, Rhetoric in Detail (2008).