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Paul Cook is Associate Professor of English and Director of Writing at Indiana University Kokomo, as well as the Reviews Editor for Across the Disciplines. Paul teaches courses in rhetoric and composition, digital literacy, literacy and public life, rhetorical theory, and technical editing (among others), and is particularly interested in digital polarization, problematic information, and the status of knowledge in the digital age. Paul has published in several journals, including JAC: Journal of AdvancedComposition, Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor, Across the Disciplines, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, and others. His most recent essay on the value of first-year writing appeared in the edited collection Bad Ideas about Writing (Eds. Drew M. Loew & Cheryl E. Ball, 2017). His current research itinerary explores the pedagogy and assessment of digital information literacy in first-year general education courses (with Polly Boruff-Jones and Yan He), as well as the competing definitions of ideology and rhetoric in the scholarly literature on US Supreme Court confirmation hearings (with Chris Darr). See also paulgcook.org.
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