Marion Wolfe

PhD Student
Graduate Student

Pronouns
She/her/hers

Marion Wolfe is a PhD candidate specializing in rhetoric, composition and literacy. Her doctoral research is in the area of women's rhetorical history and focuses on a series of textbooks published by Protestant women's foreign missionary societies in the early twentieth century. Her research reveals how these study texts constructed a rhetorical situation and a feminist Christian worldview for their white, American women readers.

Marion has taught first-year writing, second-year writing and digital media composition at Ohio State. She has also served as a WPA for the first-year writing program, as a graduate administrative associate for the RCL program, and as a facilitator for the UCAT summer teaching orientation. Marion is currently a visiting instructor of English at Kenyon College, where she teaches literature and writing courses and assists in training Writing Center tutors.

 

Areas of Expertise
  • Rhetoric, composition and literacy
  • Writing program administration
Education
  • MA, Ohio State, 2010
  • BA, Kenyon College, 2004

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