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Jaqueline McLeod Rogers, Ph.D

JMR_NewProfessor and Chair, Department of Rhetoric, Writing and Communications
j.mcleod-rogers@uwinnipeg.ca | 3G13 | 204-786-9269

Dr. Jaqueline McLeod Rogers is a feminist scholar with a long-term commitment to developing and promoting writing- and language-based education courses responsive to issues of culture and place. She teaches “Composing Winnipeg: Rhetorics of/and the City,” which deals with place-making practices, diversity, mobilities, and the tenacity of a localized “sense of place” that thrives even as it adjusts to the global flow of people and things. Her central research interest in urban rhetorics aims at developing the language of relationship and revealing complex relational networks—revealing the writing self in social and material contexts, amidst a spinning web of relational ties. Much of her research is collaborative, such as studies that take up questions about how digital media affects our scholarly and cultural practices; a book project that links McLuhan to contemporary communications theory and practice; and an alliance-building project to support the learning of women transitioning from prison.

CTV Morning Live Interview:

Winnipeg’s Top 5 Newsmakers of 2015
http://winnipeg.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=778146

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FALL, 2016
RHET-1105-141: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary TYP | RHET-3125-760: Digital Rhetorics

WINTER, 2017
RHET-3321-002: Composing Our Winnipeg: Rhetoric of/and the City


Peter Andrusiak

Instructor,
p.andrusiak@uwinnipeg.ca | 1W10 | 204-786-9088

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FALL, 2016
RHET-1105-508: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary | RHET-1105-510: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary

WINTER, 2017
RHET-1105-517: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary | RHET-1105-518: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary


Gordon Beveridge

Instructor
g.beveridge@uwinnipeg.ca | 5Ri47 /60 | 204-786-9001

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FULL, 2016-2017
RHET-1110-245: Academic Writing: Extended CATEP | RHET-1110-250: Academic Writing: Extended WEC | HET-1110-251: Academic Writing: Extended WEC


Laurence Broadhurst

Instructor
l.broadhurst@uwinnipeg.ca | TBA | 204-258-3865

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

WINTER, 2017
RHET-1105-014: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary


Leigh Brown

Instructor
l.brown@uwinnipeg.ca | TBA | 204-258-3865

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FALL, 2016
RHET-1105-013: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary

WINTER, 2017
RHET-1105-024: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary


Robert Byrnes

Associate Professor
t.byrnes@uwinnipeg.ca | Rice 5-54 | 204-786-9473

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FALL, 2016
RHET-1101-001: Humanities | RHET-3154-050: New Journalism

WINTER, 2017
RHET-1101-004: Humanities | RHET-3150-001: Rhetoric of Non-Fiction (Autobiography and Memoir)


Jennifer Clary-Lemon

Jennifer_Clary_LemonAssociate Professor, Tutoring Centre Director
j.clary-lemon@uwinnipeg.ca | 3G15 | 204-786-9457

Jennifer Clary-Lemon is an Associate Professor in the Department of Rhetoric, Writing, and Communications. Her research interests focus around writing and location—discursive ethnic, racial, and national identities; material rhetorics of time and space; critical discourse analysis; place-based ways of seeing and knowing scholarly disciplines. Her past work on community-based and experiential learning, feminist praxis, mentoring, critical multiculturalism, and civic engagement at all levels of curriculum support learning as a transformative experience, based on the conceptualization of teaching as reflective practice. She teaches Academic Writing, Rhetorics of Identity, Writing for Scholarly Audiences, Composition Studies, and Critical Studies of Discourse, among other courses. Her recent publications may be found in Rhetoric Review, College Composition and Communication, Discourse and Society, and The American Review of Canadian Studies.

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FALL, 2016
RHET-2500-001: Tutoring Writing | RHET-3155-001: Writing on the Environment

WINTER, 2017
On Sabbatical


Karin Collins

Instructor
k.collins@uwinnipeg.ca | 3G06 | 204-786-9293

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FULL, 2016-2017
RHET-1110-001: Academic Writing: Extended | RHET-1115-001: Academic Writing: Extended EAL

FALL, 2016
RHET-1105-008: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary

WINTER, 2017
RHET-1101-003: Academic Writing: Humanities


Christopher Crocker

Instructor
c.crocker@uwinnipeg.ca | TBA | 204-258-3865

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FALL, 2016
RHET-1105-006: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary | RHET-1105-031: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary

WINTER, 2017
RHET-1102-004: Academic Writing: Social Sciences


Kevin Doyle

Supervisor of the Tutoring Centre and the Computer Writing Lab
k.doyle@uwinnipeg.ca | 3G08/10/11 | 204-786-9129 (Lab)/204-786-9026 (Office)


Matthew Flisfeder

Dr_Matthew_FlisfederAssistant Professor,
m.flisfeder@uwinnipeg.ca |3G07 | 204-258-3865

Matthew Flisfeder is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Rhetoric, Writing, and Communications. He received his Ph.D. from the Joint Graduate Programme in Communication and Culture at Ryerson and York Universities in 2010. Before coming to the University of Winnipeg, Dr. Flisfeder was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Politics and Public Administration at Ryerson University. Dr. Flisfeder has research and teaching interests in film, popular culture, and social media, as well as social and cultural theory. His interdisciplinary research addresses questions about the intersection of media, ideology, and subjectivity, and examines the role of media and popular culture in reproducing ideological hegemony and in interpellating subjects compliant in the dominance of capitalism and neoliberalism. Dr. Flisfeder is the author of The Symbolic, The Sublime, and Slavoj Žižek’s Theory of Film (Palgrave Macmillan 2012), and he is the co-editor of Žižek and Media Studies: A Reader (Palgrave Macmillan 2014). His forthcoming book, Postmodern Theory and Blade Runner will be available in the spring of 2017. Dr. Flisfeder will be teaching an upper level course in the Winter 2017 term called “Social Media, Culture, and Society.”

Recent Publications:

“Est-il possible de représenter le rapport sexuel au cinéma.” CiNéMAS 26.1 (2015): 49-67.

Žižek and Media Studies: A Reader (Now Available in Paperback)

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FALL, 2016
RHET-2137-001: Contemporary Communication Theories

WINTER, 2017
RHET-1105-017: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary | RHET-3900-001: Topics in Rhetoric, Writing, and Communications: Social Media, Culture, and Society


Janice Freeman

Instructor
j.freeman@uwinnipeg.ca | 2A31 | 204-786-9138

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FALL, 2016
RHET-1102-001: Academic Writing: Social Sciences | RHET-1105-050: Academic Writing: Social Sciences | RHET-2530-050: Rhetorical Grammar

WINTER, 2017
RHET-1102-002: Academic Writing: Social Sciences | RHET-1105-008: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary | RHET-2350-761: Reading & Writing Online


Alan Goddard

Instructor
a.goddard@uwinnipeg.ca | TBA | 204-258-3865

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FALL, 2016
RHET-1104-050: Academic Writing: Business Administration

WINTER, 2017
RHET-1102-051: Academic Writing: Business Administration


Jason Hannan

Dr. Jason HannanAssistant Professor
j.hannan@uwinnipeg.ca | 3G20 | 204-786-9453

Dr. Jason Hannan is Assistant Professor in the Department of Rhetoric, Writing, and Communication. He completed his PhD at Carleton University in 2010. From 2010 to 2012, he was a SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow in the Program in Rhetoric and Public Culture at Northwestern University. He was also a Visiting Scholar at Northwestern’s Roberta Buffett Centre for International and Comparative Studies. He taught at Northwestern before coming to the University of Winnipeg. Dr. Hannan’s work focuses on moral controversy and radical disagreement in a pluralistic world. His research is divided into four areas: 1) rhetorical and communication theory, 2) classical and contemporary pragmatism, 3) bioethics and medical humanities, and 4) posthumanism and animal studies. He is the editor of Philosophical Profiles in the Theory of Communication (2012). He is currently completing a book manuscript entitled Radical Disagreement: MacIntyre, Pluralism, and Deliberative Rhetoric. He is also editing a volume of essays entitled, Truth in the Public Sphere. He will be the Instructor for the C.L.A.S.S. 2015 Fall Institute, “Humanity, Animality, Secularity,” which will be offered in conjunction with Dr. Jane Goodall’s upcoming lecture at the University of Winnipeg.

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FALL, 2016
RHET-1103-001: Academic Writing: Sciences | RHET-3138-001: Modern Rhetorical Theory

WINTER, 2017
RHET-2135-002: Rhetorical Criticism | RHET-3900-001: Rhetoric of Medicine


Cathleen Hjalmarson

bio_photoDepartment Assistant (Monday to Wednesday)
c.hjalmarson@uwinnipeg.ca | 3G14 | 204-258-3865

Cathleen Hjalmarson graduated from The University of Winnipeg with a BAH, majoring in English Literature, including two years of transfer credits from UBC. Since graduating, she has worked as an advertising/marketing copywriter, and as a freelance writer/editor of books and magazine articles on a variety of topics, from breast cancer to pets. Her poetry has been published in The Fiddlehead, Event, and Room of One’s Own. Her photography has won competitions, been exhibited in art installations, and sells online as micro-stock. She loves to travel and has been across Canada and to the Yukon, as well as to Alaska, California, New York, France, England, Italy, Tanzania, and South Africa. Cathleen’s career at The University of Winnipeg began in 1997 at The Institute of Urban Studies (where one of her roles was copy editor of The Canadian Journal of Urban Research), and continued through the Department of English, Student Recruitment, the Office of the VP International, and, home at last, the Department of Rhetoric, Writing, and Communications.


Judith Kearns

Professor
j.kearns@uwinnipeg.ca | 3G23 | 204-786-9848


Nadine LeGier

Instructor
n.legier@uwinnipeg.ca | 3G08 | 204-258-3865

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FALL, 2016
RHET-1105-010: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary


Helen Lepp Friesen

HelenInstructor
h.leppfriesen@uwinnipeg.ca | 3G17 | 204-786-9713

Helen Lepp Friesen teaches Academic Writing including sections of English as Additional Language (EAL) and Transition Year Program (TYP). Outstanding points in her career are meeting and having the privilege of working with hundreds of enthusiastic, talented students and working with colleagues that are supportive and encouraging in a department that is welcoming. Her research and writing interests are multimodal writing in culturally-diverse classes and writing with senior citizens. She enjoys outdoor activities such as skating, snow sculpting, biking, tennis, and running.

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FULL, 2016-2017
RHET-1110-140: Academic Writing: Extended TYP

FALL, 2016
RHET-3900-050: Indigenous Representation in the Media and Society

WINTER, 2017
RHET-1105-143: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary TYP | RHET-3131-001: Advanced Editing


Mary Ann Loewen

Mary_Ann_PictureInstructor
l.loewen@uwinnipeg.ca | 3G08 | 204-258-3865

Mary Ann Loewen is interested in how story integrates into academe. Her MA thesis told the story of her mother, and interrogated the inevitably competing nature of an individual life’s narratives. Mary Ann also loves the way language works, and is always eager to see how messages are given and received: through the written word, through images, through sound; the classes she plans and the work she assigns in her Academic Writing course reflect these interests. She also thoroughly enjoys engaging with her students. She is currently editing an anthology of stories Mennonite men have written/told about their mothers, set to come out in the fall of 2015, published by the University of Regina Press.

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FALL, 2016
RHET-1105-011: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary | RHET-1105-012: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary

WINTER, 2017
RHET-1105-019: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary


Carla Manfredi

Instructor
ca.manfredi@uwinnipeg.ca | TBA | 204-258-3865

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FALL, 2016
RHET-1105-002: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary | RHET-1105-003: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary

WINTER, 2017
RHET-1105-032: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary


Rhonda May

Instructor
rh.may@uwinnipeg.ca | TBA | 204-258-3865

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FALL, 2016
RHET-1105-009: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary


Andrew McGillivray

Instructor
a.mcgillivray@uwinnipeg.ca | 5Ri47/60 | 204-258-3865

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FALL, 2016
RHET-1105-001: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary| RHET-1105-007: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary | RHET-1105-140: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary | RHET-2131-003/141: Professional Style & Editing

WINTER, 2017
RHET-1105-016: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary | RHET-1105-020: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary | RHET-3320-001: Forms of Inquiry


Shawn Moi

Instructor
s.moi@uwinnipeg.ca | TBA | 204-258-3865

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FALL, 2016
RHET-1105-005: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary | RHET-1105-050: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary


Kim Olynyk

Instructor
k.olynyk@uwinnipeg.ca | TBA | 204-258-3865

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FALL, 2016
RHET-1105-033: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary

Winter, 2017
RHET-1105-142: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary TYP


Agnes Pelleteir

Instructor
ag.pelleteir@uwinnipeg.ca | TBA | 204-258-3865

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FALL, 2016
RHET-1103-002: Academic Writing: Sciences


Sheila Page

Instructor
s.page@uwinnipeg.ca | 3G22 | 204-786-9208

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FALL, 2016
RHET-1103-005: Academic Writing: Sciences | RHET-1104-001: Academic Writing: Business Administration | RHET-3340-001: Technical and Professional Communication

WINTER, 2017
RHET-1103-006: Academic Writing: Sciences | RHET-1104-002: Academic Writing: Business Administration | RHET-2131-001: Professional Style and Editing


Staff

204-258-3865

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

Winter, 2016
RHET-1105-015: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary


Angel Premika Perera

Department Assistant (Thursday-Friday)
a.perera@uwinnipeg.ca | 3G14 | 204-258-3865


Cecil Rosner

Adjunct Professor Appointment, 2014
cecil.rosner@cbc.ca | N/A | 204-258-3865

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

WINTER, 2017
RHET-3350-051: Investigate Journalism


Karen Soiferman

Instructor
k.soiferman@uwinnipeg.ca | TBA | 204-258-3865

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FALL, 2016
RHET-1105-004: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary

Winter, 2016
RHET-1105-021: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary | RHET-1105-023: Academic Writing: Multidisciplinary


Joanne Struch

Instructor
j.struch@uwinnipeg.ca | 0B02D/E | 204-258-3865

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FULL, 2016-2017
RHET-1115-002/141: Academic Writing: Extended EAL


Catherine Taylor

Professor
c.taylor@uwinnipeg.ca | 3G09 | 204-786-9893


Tracy Whalen

TracyAssociate Professor
t.whalen@uwinnipeg.ca | 3G18 | 204-786-9907

Dr. Tracy Whalen is an Associate Professor in the department of Rhetoric, Writing, and Communications at The University of Winnipeg. Her research interests include the affective dynamics of rhetoric, specifically moments of intensity or theatricality in literary and non-literary texts. Her most recent published work highlights the rhetorical dimensions of charisma, iconicity, and embodied performance in the public sphere. She is currently conducting an ethnographic study that explores the intersections between vernacular gesture, piety and gender, a project that comes out of a longstanding interest in rhetorical delivery and identification. In 2014, she was the recipient of the Faculty of Arts Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award. She often teaches Rhetorical Criticism, Theories and Practices of Oral Communications, Rhetorics of Visual Representation, and The Fifth Canon: History and Theories of Delivery.

2016-17 Courses (PDF)

FALL, 2016
RHET-1101-002: Academic Writing: Humanities | RHET-2134-001: The Rhetorical Tradition | RHET-2135-001: Rhetorical Criticism

WINTER, 2017
RHET-2135-003: Rhetorical Criticism | RHET-3139-001: Rhetorics of Visual Representation


Adjunct Professor Appointment, 2014

Cecil Rosner,
RHET-3350-051: Investigative Journalism


Visiting Scholar of Rhetoric and Writing, 2011

Louise Wetherbee Phelps
Old Dominion University
Fullbright Project Report to the Department of Rhetoric, Writing, and Communications