Posts and News with Doug Cloud Tag

News of Note Week of October 3

Doug Cloud gave a presentation titled “Strategies for Concealing and Revealing Animus in Public Arguments About LGBTQ People” at After Marriage: A Conference Organized by CLAGS, The Center for LGBTQ Studies (CUNY) in New York, New York. The Academy of American […]

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News of Note Week of May 2

Dan Beachy-Quick will be on Colorado Matters on the Denver NPR station on May 11. Ellen Brinks has been invited to give a plenary talk at the conference “Forgotten Geographies in the Fin de Siècle, 1880-1920,” at Birkbeck College, University of […]

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News of Note Week of January 18th

2016 Summer Education Abroad Program in Zambia. Information Session TODAY! 12:00 pm, LSC 308. Read more about it here: http://english.colostate.edu/2016/01/2016-summer-education-abroad-program-zambia/ On Saturday, January 23rd, Doug Cloud gave a talk on the rhetoric of atheism at the annual Fort Collins Skepticamp, a gathering of local […]

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News of Note Week of November 7th

Zach Hutchins has been awarded a 2016 Fellowship by the National Endowment for the Humanities. NEH support will facilitate research on Hutchins’s current book project, a prehistory of the North American slave narrative. For his research, Hutchins is reading thousands […]

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News of Note Week of November 2nd

The SpeakOut! writing program won the “Program of the Year” award last night at the Larimer County Jail volunteer awards banquet.  Congrats to the facilitators and writers! Two of Dan Beachy-Quick’s  essays, “Heraclitean Thirst” and “Circles” are featured at the […]

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News of Note Week of October 5th

The Rhetoric Society of America has accepted a panel organized by Doug Cloud titled “Tracing Effect in Social Movement Studies” for presentation at their biennial conference in Atlanta in 2016. The inter-disciplinary panel includes scholars from Kansas State University and Indiana […]

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Moving Back into a Remodeled Eddy Hall

This past semester, we’ve been asking people in various interviews and profiles, “What are you looking forward to most about moving back into a remodeled Eddy Hall?” Here are some of the responses: “Next semester, I plan on studying abroad […]

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News of Note Week of March 30th

CLA Spring Faculty/Staff Meeting and Awards Ceremony: Three of our MFA students — Abby Kerstetter, Matt Truslow, and Nate Barron — will be featured readers at the College of Liberal Arts Spring Faculty/Staff Meeting & Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, April […]

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News of Note Week of January 19th

John Calderazzo did a talk/workshop on January 14 to the staff and field workers of the National Wildlife Research Center on using story-telling to communicate science to the public. Doug Cloud’s journal article, “The Social Consequences of Dissociation: Lessons from […]

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Faculty Profile: Doug Cloud

Assistant Professor Doug Cloud, Composition Program Faculty: B.S. magna cum laude, Journalism, Ohio University. M.A. and Ph.D., Rhetoric, Carnegie Mellon University. Professor Cloud teaches courses in rhetorical and composition theory, style, public writing, and argument. His research focuses on the […]

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