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Lynée Gaillet

Lynée Lewis Gaillet is Associate Professor of English at Georgia State University where she teaches a wide range of undergraduate and graduate courses in writing theory and practice, archival research methods, and the history of rhetoric. She is author of numerous articles and book chapters addressing writing program administration and the history of composition/rhetoric praxis; her work has appeared in journals such as College Composition and Communication, Journal of Advanced Composition, Journal of Basic Writing, Rhetoric Review, Composition Studies, WAC Journal, and Issues in Writing. She is also editor of Scottish Rhetoric and Its Influence, Stories of Mentoring, and The Present State of the History of Rhetoric; her forthcoming projects include two co-authored textbooks, Rhetorical Engagement and Archival Research and Rhetorical Reading for Engaged Writing, and a co-authored treatise, Academic Publication off the Tenure-Track.     [ Click for More ]