Pamela Ward


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  • Expertise

  • Rhetoric
  • Modernism
  • Narrative theory
  • 19th and 20th Century fiction
  • Profile

    Dr. Pamela Ward joined the English faculty in 2003 and served as the Director of the Writing and Rhetoric Program through Summer 2017. In the area of rhetoric and writing, Dr. Ward’s research interests focus on classical and modern rhetoric, pedagogy of writing instruction, and writing program administration. In the area of literature, her primary interests are in the poetry and critical prose of T. S. Eliot, theories of the sublime, narrative theory and practice, and the novel in the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries.

    Courses offered by Dr. Ward at the graduate level include Approaches to the Theory and Practice of Pedagogy in Rhetoric and Writing (with Practicum), Rhetoric of Narrative, History of Rhetoric, and Rhetoric in the Academic Disciplines. At the undergraduate level, writing courses include Writing and Rhetoric, Writing about Literature, Creative Writing: Fiction, and Argumentation; and literature courses include British and American surveys, Intensive Narrative, Form and Value in Poetry, World Fictions, and British and American Novels in Counterpoint.