Writing StudiesWestern Arts and Humanities

Full-time Faculty

Michael Arntfield

Michael Arntfield

Assistant Professor

Research Interests / Specializations: Literary criminology & the criminal humanities; forensic writing & forensic linguistics; true crime as social history; vernacular cultures of the criminal justice system; narrative psychology; investigative journalism; Gothic fiction; the medical humanities
Teaching: WRIT2227: Crime Writing; WRIT2297: Forensic Writing; WRIT4998: Portfolio Writing & Design; WRIT2500: Writing for the Television Industry; WRIT3222: Advanced Healthcare Communication; WRIT2121: Writing for Multimedia
Biography: See: michaelarntfield.com or @mikearntfield
Lawson Hall 3270G
x88432
marntfie@uwo.ca

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Brock Eayrs, MA, LLB (Victoria)

Brock Eayrs, MA, LLB (Victoria)

Undergraduate Program Director, Assistant Professor

Lawson Hall 3270L
x885807
beayrs@uwo.ca

Michael Fox

Michael Fox

Assistant Professor

Research Interests / Specializations: Rhetoric; professional communication; history of the English language; narratology; creative writing
Teaching: WRIT2206: Introduction to Professional Writing; WRIT2205: Technical Writing; WRIT2206: Technical Editing; WRIT2292: Advanced Professional Communication; WRIT2299: Portfolio Writing & Design; ENGL3001: History of the English Language
Lawson Hall 3270F
x88187
mfox52@uwo.ca

Kathleen Fraser

Kathleen Fraser

Program Director, Assistant Professor

Lawson Hall 3270K
x85641
kfraser@uwo.ca

Miranda Green-Barteet

Miranda Green-Barteet

Assistant Professor

Research Interests / Specializations: 19th-century American literature; women writers; African-American writers; young adult literature; gender theory; visual rhetoric; education narratives; autobiographies; memoir writing; race theory
Teaching: WRIT2202: Rhetorical Strategy in the Digital Age; WRIT 2111: Intro to Professional Writing
Lawson Hall 3245
x84661
mgreenb6@uwo.ca

Jamie Johnston

Jamie Johnston

Assistant Professor

Research Interests / Specializations: Professional and healthcare writing; engineering communication; rhetorical theory; argumentation; grammar
Teaching: Writing 1030: Writing for Professional Success in Nursing; Writing 2125: Exposition and Visual Rhetoric; Writing 2202: Rhetorical Strategy in a Visual Age; Speech 2001: Major Forms of Oral Discourse
AHB 3G23
x85869
jjohns6@uwo.ca