Rory Lee

Rory Lee

Assistant Professor of English

Curriculum Vitae

Phone:765-285-8377

Room:RB 2108


Rory Lee is an Assistant Professor in Rhetoric and Composition who specializes in digital rhetoric; multimodality; digital literacies; undergraduate major programs in rhetoric and writing; composition history, theory, and pedagogy; and rhetorical history and theory. He also teaches courses in the Rhetoric and Writing major, the Professional Writing and Emerging Media minor, and the graduate program in Rhetoric and Composition. In addition to conducting research and teaching, Rory serves as the Associate Director of Online Tutoring for the Writing Center, and he directs the recently launched Digital Writing Studio. You can visit his website at roryportfolio.com.

Professional Experience

Curriculum Vitae

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Education

PhD in Rhetoric and Composition

Florida State University, 2014

MA in Rhetoric and Composition

Florida State University, 2009

BA in Rhetoric and Composition

University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, 2007

Research and Publications

  • “The FSU Digital Symposium: Origins, Revisions, and Reflections” (with Jacob Craig and David Bedsole). Computers and Composition Online. (April 2018). Online.
  • “Surveying the Available Modes of Persuasion.” Designing and Implementing Multimodal Curricula and Programs. Eds. J.C. Lee and Santosh Khadka. Routledge, 2018. 89-110.
  • “Ways of Knowing and Doing in Digital Rhetoric: A Primer” (with Stephen McElroy and Matt Davis). enculturation: a journal of rhetoric, writing, and culture 23 (Nov. 2016). Online.
  • “A Space Defined: Four Years in the Life of the FSU Digital Studios” (with Stephen McElroy et al.) Sustainable Learning Spaces. Eds. Russell Carpenter et al. Computers and Composition Digital Press, 2015. Online.
  • “Reflection, ePortfolios, and WEPO: A Reflective Account of New Practices in a New Curriculum” (with Kathleen Blake Yancey, Leigh Graziano, and Jennifer O’Malley). Using Reflection and Metacognition to Improve Student Learning. Eds. Matthew Kaplan et al. Stylus, 2013. 175-202.

Course Schedule
Course No. Section Times Days Location
Doctoral Dissertatio 799 302 0000 - 0000
Intro to Rhet and Wr 210 1 1400 - 1515 T R HP, room 253
Intro to Digital Lit 213 1 1700 - 1815 T R RB, room 284
Contemporary Theorie 699 1 1830 - 2110 R RB, room 286