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 Tim N. Taylor

Tim N. Taylor

Associate Professor of English & Director of Composition

Office: 3785 - Coleman Hall
Phone: 217-581-6309
Email: tntaylor@eiu.edu
Office Hours: MWF 10:00-12:00 p.m.

Tim Taylor teaches writing, rhetoric, and composition theory and pedagogy. 


Frequently Taught Courses

ENG 1000: Fundamentals of College Composition
ENG 1001: Composition and Language
ENG 2760: Introduction to Professional Writing
ENG 3005: Technical Communication
ENG 4760: Special Topics in Professional Writing: Traditions of Argumentation and Proposal Writing
ENG 5007: Composition Theory and Pedagogy
ENG 5011: History of Rhetoric
ENG 5011: Basic Writing Pedagogy
ENG 5502: Mentored Composition Teaching

Education

Ph.D. in Composition and Rhetoric, University of Alabama

M.A. & B.A. in English, Truman State University 

Professional Organizations

Consulting Reader for Teaching English in the Two-Year College
Review Board Member of Praxis: A Writing Center Journal 
Editorial Board Member for The Journal for Civic Commitment

National Council of Teachers of English
Conference on College Composition and Communication
Council of Writing Program Administrators

Research

His teaching and research interests span various fields within Rhetoric/Composition: basic writing, argumentation, writing program administration, composition theory and pedagogy, classical rhetoric, professional writing, writing center theory and practice, civic engagement, service learning pedagogy, and writing across the curriculum. 

Selected Publications

His work has appeared in WPA: Writing Program Administration, Praxis: A Writing Center Journal, Teaching English in the Two-Year College, and College English. He is the author of the Instructor's Manual for Writing Arguments, (Pearson; 7th, 8th, & 9th editions), and he is writing a basic writing textbook with a colleague.

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