Team

Bryna Siegel Finer is Professor of English and the Director of Writing Across the Curriculum at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Her research can be found in Rhetoric Review, Teaching English in the Two-Year College, Praxis, the Journal of Writing Assessment, the Journal of Teaching Writing and others. With Jamie White-Farnham, she is the co-editor of Writing Program Architecture: Thirty Cases for Reference and Research, published by Utah State University Press in November 2017; with Jamie White-Farnham and Cathryn Molloy, she is the co-editor of Women’s Health Advocacy: Rhetorical Ingenuity for the 21st Century.

Cathryn Molloy is Associate Professor in James Madison University’s School of Writing, Rhetoric and Technical Communication where she serves as director of undergraduate studies and teaches in the undergraduate and graduate programs. An assistant editor for the journal Rhetoric of Health and Medicine, her work focuses on issues of credibility in health contexts. She is the author of Rhetorical Ethos in Health and Medicine: Patient Credibility, Stigma, and Misdiagnosis published by Routledge in 2019. Her research has appeared in Rhetoric Society Quarterly, Qualitative Inquiry, and Rhetoric Review.

Jamie White-Farnham is Associate Professor of Writing and Director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at the University of Wisconsin-Superior. Her research has appeared in College English, Rhetoric Review, Community Literacy Journal, and others. Her co-edited collected with Bryna Siegel Finer Writing Program Architecture: 30 Cases for Reference and Research was published by Utah State UP in 2017. She is also she is the co-editor of Women’s Health Advocacy: Rhetorical Ingenuity for the 21st Century.

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