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Contributors

Nineteenth Century Technology for Visual Instruction

Sara Austin is a PhD student in the Rhetoric and Writing Program at Bowling Green State University. Her research interests include first year writing, transfer, and feminist composition theory.

Kelly Moreland is a PhD Student in the Rhetoric and Writing Program at Bowling Green State University. Kelly's research interests include writing program administration, issues of graduate student identity, teacher research, feminist methodologies, and rhetorics of embodiment.

Joseph Robertshaw is a PhD student in the Rhetoric and Writing Program, at Bowling Green State University.

Lauren Salisbury is a PhD student in the Rhetoric and Writing program at Bowling Green State University. Lauren's research interests include online writing instruction, composition histories, and feminist theory.

WISC: Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children Kit

Danielle Donelson is a PhD student in the Rhetoric and Writing Program at Bowling Green State University. 

Stephen Oheni-Larbi is a PhD student in the Rhetoric and Writing Program at Bowling Green State University.

Soha Youssef is a PhD candidate in the Rhetoric and Writing PhD Program at Bowling Green State University. She is passionate about TESOL and Rhetoric/Writing--bridging the gap between the two fields. Soha's dissertation research focuses on International Teaching Assistant (ITA) training programs with the goal of discovering heuristics for an effective program.  

Writing Technologies

Lauren Garskie is a PhD student in the Rhetoric and Writing Program at Bowling Green State University. Lauren's research interst include literacies, multimodality, design, writing instruction, and writing programs.

Kristin LaFollette is a PhD student in the Rhetoric and Writing program at Bowling Green State University. Also pursuing a certificate in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality studies, Kristin's scholarly interests include feminist and queer theories, multimodal and digital composing, and creative writing. 

Stephen Raulli is a PhD student in the Rhetoric and Writing Program at Bowling Green State University.

Marshall Saenz is a PhD student in the Rhetoric and Writing PhD Program at Bowling Green State University.

Faculty Mentor

Dr. Sue Carter Wood directs the Rhetoric and Writing PhD Program at Bowling Green State University. Her research interests are reflected in this archival research and digital humanities project, as well as in the courses Sue teaches on the history of rhetoric and writing instruction and on women's rhetorical practices. 

Archival and Digital Team

Frederick Honneffer is Conservator in the University Libraries at Bowling Green State University.

Stefanie Hunker is Digital Resources Librarian in the University Libraries at Bowling Green State University.

Nicholas Pavlik is Curator, Manuscripts & Digital in the University Libraries, at Bowling Green State University.