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Maureen Johnson

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Dr. Maureen Johnson

johns344@nsuok.edu

  • Assistant Professor
    English

Office Location

  • Tahlequah
    Haskell Hall Annex 124-91
    (918) 444-3534

Bio

Dr. Johnson has experience as a teacher, scholar, and journalist. She worked as a professional journalist before returning to school for her PhD. She is originally from West Virginia and is an eternal fan of the Marshal University Thundering Herd.

Education:

  • Ph D,Rhetoric,Texas Woman's University,,2017
  • OtherGraduate Certificate,Multicultural Women's and Gender Studies,Texas Woman's University,,2017
  • MA,English,Marshall University,,2013
  • BA,Journalism,Marshall University,,1995
Dr. Johnson's research focuses on embodied rhetorics, particularly the ways in which society establishes normality and otherness in bodies. Other interests include the rhetorical canon of delivery, gender studies, digital and visual rhetoric, and British literature, particularly women writers.
Dr. Johnson's teaching interests include rhetoric and composition courses, particularly classes that focus on rhetoric, including embodied rhetorics; gender studies; and First-Year Composition. She is qualified to teach history of rhetoric, composition, and 19th Century British literature.

Intellectual Content:

  • Discovering Your Vision and Voice, 4th edition (Book, Scholarly-Revised), Teaching & Learning, Published, July (3rd Quarter/Summer), 2019
  • Embodiment: Embodying Feminist Rhetorics (Journal Article, Academic Journal), Discovery, Published, October (4th Quarter/Autumn), 2016

Presentations:

  • Learning to be a WPA; learning to be healthy" - Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference - Reno, NV - July 2021
  • Metis and the Trickster: Disembodiment and Embodiment in The Last Jedi" - Southcentral Modern Language Association - Little Rock, AK - October 2019
  • The Liminality of Serena Williams Embodied Presence. - Feminism and Rhetorics - Harrisonburg, VA - November 2019
  • Celebrating not Shaming: Reclaiming the Language of Bodies - Cultural Rhetorics Conference - East Lansing, MI - October 2016
  • Delivery and Embodiment: Interrogating Culture in the Multimodal Classroom - CCCC Conference - Portland, OR - March 2017
  • Demystifying Feminisms: The Legacy of the 19th Amendment - Demystifying Feminisms: The Legacy of the 19th Amendment - NSU - October 2020

Courses Taught:

  • ADVANCED ENGLISH COMPOSITION - ENGL 4363 - Fall 2020
  • ADVANCED ENGLISH COMPOSITION - ENGL 4363 - Fall 2020
  • ENGLISH COMPOSITION II - ENGL 1213 - Fall 2020
  • UNIVERSITY STRATEGIES - UNIV 1003 - Fall 2020
  • ADVANCED ENGLISH COMPOSITION - ENGL 4363 - Summer 2020
  • INTRO WOMEN'S & GENDER STUDIES - WGS 2123 - Spring 2020
  • MODERN RHETORICAL THEORY - ENGL 5383 - Spring 2020
  • ADVANCED ENGLISH COMPOSITION - ENGL 4363 - Fall 2019
  • ENGLISH COMPOSITION I - ENGL 1113 - Fall 2019
  • HISTORIES OF RHETORIC - ENGL 5203 - Fall 2019
  • UNIVERSITY STRATEGIES - UNIV 1003 - Fall 2019
  • ENGLISH STUDIES I - ENGL 4903 - Summer 2019
  • SEMINAR IN ENGLISH STUDIES I - ENGL 5633 - Summer 2019