Brandy Scalise

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Ph,D. in English, The Pennsylvania State University; M.A. in English, The Pennsylvania State University; B.A. in English and History, Bucknell University

Brandy Scalise is a full-time lecturer in the Division of Writing, Rhetoric, and Digital Media.

She received her Ph.D. in English from the Pennsylvania State University in 2011, with a focus on Rhetoric and Composition.  Her areas of interest include religious rhetorics, women's rhetorics, and writing center research and pedagogy.  Her dissertation, "Preaching Without a Pulpit: Women's Rhetorical Contributions to Scientific Christianity in America, 1880-1915," addresses the intersection of religious and liberal discourses in the writing of female leaders in the metaphysical healing movement of the Progressive Era. 

Dr. Scalise has taught a variety of courses in rhetoric, including first-year composition and communication, business writing, and special topics courses in civic discourse, social movement rhetoric, and writing center pedagogy.

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