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MA in Rhetoric & Composition

Welcome

Welcome to the website for the MA major in Rhetoric and Composition! We invite you to explore our program and the opportunities it offers for advanced study in writing and the teaching of writing, including such exciting areas as minority rhetorics, digital literacies, writing theory and practice, history of rhetoric, gender and language, political rhetoric, writing centers, and more.  

If you're a prospective student, you'll find information here about admission and degree requirements, our faculty, and our students. Current students will find updated information about current and future course offerings, program announcements, and faculty and student accomplishments.

We invite you to see what we have to offer!

MA Rhetoric and Composition Brochure (PDF)

MARC Workshops: Fall 2014

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MARC Social Gatherings: Fall 2014

MARC Orientation for new students will be held on Wednesday, August 20th from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM. Join us for discussion about the upcoming year and a pot luck lunch with faculty and other students!


Congratulations!

MARC student Megan Boeshart successfully defended her thesis, "Female Gamers, Sylvanas Windrunner, and Sexism: Gender Politics in World of Warcraft".

MARC student Faith Thomas successfully defended her thesis, "Boobies, Booty Shorts, and Bar Trash: How to Spot a Feminist".

Dr. Octavio Pimentel has been named the faculty recipient of Texas State’s Excellence in Diversity Award.

MARC student Lexi McGee has committed to the University of Texas at San Antonio Ph.D. program in English with a Certification in Rhetoric and Composition. She has also been awarded a fellowship.

MARC student Shaun Ford has been awarded the Ralph and Francys Houston Scholarship and the Mary-Agnes Taylor Scholarship from the Texas State English Department. 

MARC student Cresta Bayley has been selected by the Department of English scholarship committee to receive a special award of $500 from the Thomas L. Brasher Memorial Endowed Scholarship.  

Publications


 

Conference Presentations


MARC student Jeffery Downs has been accepted to the 2014 International Writing Centers Association National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing. He will be presenting his paper, "Writing Center to Faculty, a Path Worth Exploring".