Julie Lindquist




Julie Lindquist is Professor of Rhetoric and Writing at MSU, where she teaches courses in writing, rhetoric, linguistics, and literacy, and directs the First-Year Writing Program. She is author of A Place to Stand: Politics and Persuasion in a Working Class Bar (Oxford) and, with David Seitz, Elements of Literacy (Pearson). Her writings on rhetoric, class, literacy, and writing pedagogy have appeared in College Composition and Communication, College English, JAC, and Pedagogy, as well as in several edited collections. Lindquist is now at work, with MSU colleague Bump Halbritter, on a long-term research documentary project that inquires into the literacy practices of undergraduates across Michigan communities.

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This course revolves around the work of revising writing, learning, and engaging with language and community. You will explore who you are as a learner as you write about yourself and your language use, as well as consider who you are as a communicator as you critique texts, persuade audiences, and collaborate with others.

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