Daniel Henke is a fifth year PhD candidate in the Rhetoric and Professional Communication program. Daniel received their MA in English Literature and Textual Interpretation in 2013. Daniel’s current research interests are critical theory and writing pedagogies and how issues of power, ideology, and hegemony are created and maintained through the use of narrative and writing. Daniel teaches both Foundation and Advanced Communication courses in the English department. Daniel has presented at many professional and flagship conferences such as College Composition and Communication (CCC), National Communication Association (NCA) and the Modern Language Association (MLA), among others. You can find Daniel’s refereed publications that range from Freudian psychoanalysis, rhetorical analysis, and writing pedagogies in multiple editions of the Journal of Camus Studies, as well as the Global Education Review.