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Janine Morris, Ph.D.

Janine Morris
Assistant Professor
Dept. of Writing and Communication
(954) 262-3008
Office: Mailman-Hollywood 152


  • Ph.D. University of Cincinnati
  • M.A. University of Windsor
  • B.A. University of Windsor

Professional Interests

Janine Morris, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Writing and Communication in the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS). She has taught undergraduate courses in composition, women’s rhetorical history, digital composing, advanced composing for education majors, and professional and science writing. Her research interests include digital and multimodal writing; reading and literacy studies; rhetorical history and composition pedagogy; research methods; and women, gender, and sexuality studies. Her doctoral dissertation studied the ways that students use digital devices to read. She has presented at national and regional conferences and her scholarship has appeared in the College English Association (CEA) Critic; Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, and Composition, and Culture; Computers and Composition; Composition Studies; and Community Literacy Journal.

Areas of Academic Focus

  • reading and literacy studies
  • digital composition
  • women, gender, and sexuality studies
  • rhetorical history and composition pedagogy

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