Annual Jack & Ruth Gribben English Lectureship Series
Presents: Alice Horning
October 6, 2017 | 9:00 AM | H224
Alice Horning is a professor of Writing and Rhetoric at Oakland University, where she holds a joint appointment in Linguistics. Her research over her entire career has focused on the intersection of reading and writing, focusing lately on the increasing evidence of students’ reading difficulties and how to address them in writing courses and across the disciplines. Her work has appeared in the major professional journals and in books published by Parlor Press and Hampton Press. Her most recent books include Reading, Writing, and Digitizing: Understanding Literacy in the Electronic Age published in 2012 by Cambridge Scholars Publishing and Reconnecting Reading and Writing co-edited with Beth Kraemer, published in 2013 by the WAC Clearinghouse and Parlor Press. Her forthcoming books are What is College Reading? co-edited with Cynthia Haller and Deborah-Lee Gollnitz, to be published by the WAC Clearinghouse, and Literacy Then and Now, to be published by Peter Lang.