Caddie Alford, PhD
Hibbs Hall, 900 Park Ave., room 324C
- PhD in Rhetoric, Indiana University
- MA in Rhetoric, Indiana University
- BA in English, Beloit College
- Rhetorical theory
- Digital rhetoric
- Social media culture
- Intersections between rhetoric and philosophy in antiquity
- Disability studies
- Writing pedagogies
- “Adoxastic Publics: Facebook and the Loss of Civic Strangeness,” co-authored with Jonathan S. Carter. The Quarterly Journal of Speech, vol. 108, no. 3, 2022.
- “Adoxa.” A New Handbook of Rhetoric: Inverting the Classical Vocabulary. Edited by Michele Kennerly. Pennsylvania State University Press, 2021.
- “On Not Being Entitled to Bad Opinions.” Intermezzo. Co-authored with Shannon Roberson. November, 2021.
- “When One Door Closes, Another Opens; Or, Appreciating Clichés.” Failure Pedagogies: Learning and Unlearning What it Means to Fail. Edited by Laura Micciche and Allison Carr. Peter Lang, 2020.
- “‘The Gods Wish More of Me’: Infrastructural Violence Between Ethics and Doxa.” Co-authored with Damien Smith Pfister. Media Ethics Magazine, vol. 30, no. 2, 2019.
- Rhetoric Society of America
- Conference on College Composition and Communication
- American Society for the History of Rhetoric
- Modern Language Association
- ENGL250: Reading Film
- ENGL350: Digital Rhetoric
- ENGL310: Professional Writing
- ENGL304: Writing About Music
- ENGL453: Modern Rhetoric