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Department of English Rhetoric and Writing

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Associate Professor of English, Rhetoric and Writing; Department Chair
Evans 225A

Christina Bucher joined the Berry faculty in 1995 as a Visiting Assistant Professor of English. She currently is a tenured Associate Professor of English and is serving as department chair.

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Visiting Assistant Professor of English, Rhetoric, and Writing
Evans Hall 230

Whitney Jordan Adams is a Visiting Assistant Professor of English, Rhetoric, and Writing. She studies the rhetorical construction of white supremacy, focusing on the Alt-Right, Accelerationism, and the rise in white nationalism.

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Visiting Assistant Professor of English, Rhetoric, and Writing
Evans Hall 227

Mark Celeste is a Visiting Assistant Professor of English, Rhetoric, and Writing. He studies British literature of the long nineteenth century, with a particular focus on oceanic networks, histories, and ecologies. His courses take up questions of connectivity, examining the cultural transformations and political frictions that accompany circulations, exchanges, and mobilities.

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Associate Professor of English; Creative Writing
Evans 230

Will Donnelly is an associate professor of English whose short stories and creative essays have appeared widely in print and online. His teaching focuses on fiction writing and on writing for online environments, in addition to courses in composition and rhetoric. He joined the Berry College faculty in 2013.

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Dana Professor in English; Creative Writing
Evans 219
Visiting Lecturer of English, Rhetoric and Writing; Director of the Writing Center
Evans 204

MELISSA MULLINS is the Director of the Writing Center and a Lecturer in the Department of English, Rhetoric and Writing. Her research interests are in European fairy tales and folk texts, Illustration, and Translation Theory, as well as the role of Writing Centers in carceral settings.

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Assistant Professor of English; Creative Writing
Evans 213

Clinton Crockett Peters is the author of two books and over fifty published creative nonfiction essays, short stories, and long-form journalism articles. His teaching focus is creative writing, with an emphasis on nonfiction as well as environmental literature. He also teaches YA Literature and RHW courses.

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Visiting Assistant Professor of English, Rhetoric & Writing
Evans Hall 213
Associate Professor of English
Evans 231
Associate Professor of English
Evans 217

Jim Watkins is Associate Professor of English. He teaches courses in U.S. southern literature, environmental literature, Native American literature, and autobiography studies as well as first year composition. He also serves as faculty advisor for Berry’s chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, the English Honor Society.

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