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Phil Bratta

Phil Bratta is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures at Michigan State University. He was co-chair of the 2014 Cultural Rhetorics Conference and will co-chair the 2018 Cultural Rhetorics Conference. Phil is one of the managing editors of constellations: a cultural rhetorics publishing space. His work uses an interdisciplinary approach to rhetorics of activism and art, digital rhetorics, cultural rhetorics, visual rhetorics, embodiment, digital writing and technology use, and pedagogy.

Carl Klaus

Prof. Carl Klaus taught graduate courses in Rhetoric and composition and hosted NEH seminars on composition in the 1970's. He worked with Richard, Braddock, John Gerber, Richard Lloyd-Jones, Robert Scholes and many other early pioneers in modern composition studies.

Steve Bernhardt

Steve Bernhardt has taught writing, particularly technical and professional communication, for almost 40 years. He's served as President of ATTW and CPTSC, while serving on the editorial boards of CCC, TCQ, and JBTC. He chaired English at the University of Delaware and was a key faculty member in the development of the PhD program at NMSU. He has deep consulting and training expertise in the pharmaceutical industry, high tech, hospital and clinical, and government settings.

Cheryl Ball

Jill Belli

Sondra Perl

Sondra Perl, Ph.D., is Professor of English at Lehman College and The Graduate Center, CUNY, where she coordinates the composition and rhetoric area group within the English Ph.D. program and is a founding member of the CUNY-Wide Composition and Rhetoric Community. An acclaimed teacher and a Guggenheim Fellow, Dr. Perl lectures widely on topics related to the teaching of writing and most recently on the importance of bringing digital technology into the composition classroom.

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