|Office:||445 Ross |
527 Farm House Ln.
Courses I am Teaching:
SpCm 212: Fundamentals of Public Speaking
SpCm 497: SpCm Capstone SpCm 513: Graduate Proseminar on Teaching Public Speaking
ENGL 611: Seminar in Rhetorical Theory
Ph.D., Communication Arts & Sciences (Rhetorical Studies), Pennsylvania State University
M.A., Communication Arts & Sciences (Rhetorical Studies), Pennsylvania State University
B.A., Communication Studies, University of Kansas
Rhetorical criticism, public address, public memory theory, public controversy, social movements, and presidential rhetoric
About My Teaching:
In the classroom, I strive to create a supportive, inclusive learning environment that fosters meaningful discussion among students from different backgrounds. I enjoy helping students develop their capacity to analyze and create multiple modes of rhetoric that will serve them in their civic and professional lives.
Recent Publications:Kretsinger-Harries, Anne C. “Teaching Public Memory through Analysis of Confederate Monument Controversies on College Campuses,” Communication Teacher (published online; forthcoming in 2020/2021).
Kretsinger-Harries, Anne C. “‘The blind remembrance!’: Rhetorical Tensions in the 1962 Emancipation Proclamation Centennial.” In Recovering Argument: Selected Works from the 19th NCA/AFA Alta Conference on Argumentation, ed. Randall Lake. New York: Taylor and Francis Group, 2018, 51-56.
Kretsinger-Harries, Anne C. “Commemoration Controversy: The Harpers Ferry Raid Centennial as a Challenge to Dominant Public Memories of the U.S. Civil War,” Rhetoric & Public Affairs 17.1 (2014), 67-103.
Outside of the University:
I enjoy crafting, live music, good coffee, and spending time with my spouse and our two cats.