Faculty & Staff
Stephen Sutherland, PhD
- Assistant Professor of English, College of Liberal Arts Director of Freshman English
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100 Morrissey Blvd. Office Location: Wheatley Hall,06,00048
Areas of Expertise
Composition theory and history; Pedagogy; Image-text rhetorics; Revision; Metaphor in/as pedagogy; The essay genre; Writing program administration; Immigration in literacy narratives; Relationships between composition and literary studies.
PhD, University of Pittsburgh
Professional Publications & Contributions
Review of Notes on the Underground: An Essay on Technology, Society, and the
Imagination, by Rosalind Williams. Wilson Library Bulletin 64.10 (June 1990): 138 - 39. Print.
Review of Foe, by J.M. Coetzee. The Scriblerian 22.2 (Spring 1990): 228. Print.
Review of Machines as the Measure of Men: Science, Technology and Ideologies of Western Dominance, by Michael Adas. Wilson Library Bulletin 64.4 (Dec. 1989): 130. Print.
Review of The Politics of Literary Reputation: The Making and Claiming of ‘St. George’
Orwell, by John Rodden. Wilson Library Bulletin 64.2 (Oct. 1989): 126. Print.
COURSES TAUGHT AT UMASS BOSTON
English 602 Graduate Seminar: Graphic Novels and Illustrated Fiction
English 668 Graduate Seminar: Perspectives on Composition
English 610 Graduate Seminar: The Teaching of Composition
English 698 Graduate Seminar: Composition Intern Training
English 696 Graduate Independent Study: George Orwell’s Fiction and Nonfiction
English 306: Advanced Nonfiction Writing
English 200: Understanding Literature
English 379: Photo-Essays, Graphic Novels and Illustrated Stories
English 101: Freshman English
English 456: Independent Study: Food Writing
Professor Sutherland has been a featured speaker at the National Writing Across the Curriculum Conference and an invited speaker at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, The Harvard University Expository Writing Teaching Colloquium, The University of Connecticut Composition Conference, and other venues. He has led workshops for writing teachers at Northeastern University, Boston University, the Southeastern Massachusetts College Writing Conference, and elsewhere.