Laura Romano
Laura Romano
Associate Teaching Professor of English
Curriculum Vitae


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Dr. Laura Romano teaches courses in rhetoric and composition as well as in BSU’s Writing Program. Her research interests include community rhetorics, ethnography, oral history, and the relationship between digital technologies and identity. Her current research focuses on makerspaces and their relationship to cultural identity.

Professional Experience

Associate Teaching Professor of English


Assistant Teaching Professor of English


Curriculum Vitae

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PhD in English

Concentration: Rhetoric and Composition

Ball State University, 2014

MA in American Studies

University of Southern Maine, 2002

BA in English

Bowdoin College, 1999

Research and Publications

Spring 2015 "A Place at the Table" English 104 digital textbook, published by VIZI courseware. (With Ranieri, P.)

2012 “A Qualitative Metasynthesis of Activity Theory in SIGDOC Proceedings 2001-2011.” In SIGDOC ’12: Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference on Design of Communication. New York: ACM. (With Stewart, J., Baker, N., Chaney, S, Hashimov, E., McNely, B)