Lisa Ede

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Lisa Ede
Professor of English

Office: Moreland 236
Phone: 541-737-1636
Email: lisa.ede at oregonstate.edu

Ph.D. The Ohio State University 1975
M.A. The University of Wisconsin, Madison 1970
B.S., cum laude The Ohio State University 1969

Lisa Ede has been teaching rhetoric and writing at OSU since 1980.  Her research interests include rhetorical theory and practice; current composition theory; new media and new literacies; and feminist, cultural, and critical pedagogical studies.   Ede has authored, coauthored, edited, or coedited eight books:  Writing Together:  Collaboration in Theory and Practice (with Andrea Lunsford 2011);  The Academic Writer:  A Brief Guide for Students (2008, 2011);  Situating Composition:  Composition Studies and the Politics of Location (2004);  Selected Essays of Robert J. Connors (with Andrea Lunsford 2003);  On Writing Research:  The Braddock Award Essays, 1975-1998 (1999);  Singular Texts/Plural Authors:  Perspectives on Collaborative Writing (with Andrea Lunsford 1990);  Work in Progress:  A Guide to Academic Writing and Revising (1989, 1992, 1995, 1998, 2001, 2004);  and Essays on Classical Rhetoric and Modern Discourse (with Robert Connors and Andrea Lunsford 1984).  Her scholarly work has been recognized with awards for outstanding research from the Modern Language Association, Conference on College Composition and Communication, and the International Writing Center Association. 

Links:

Writing Together: Collaboration in Theory and Practice -  http://www.bedfordstmartins.com/Catalog/product/writingtogether-firstedition-lunsford

Engaging Audience:  Writing in an Age of New Literacies (This NCTE publication reprints three of Professor Ede and Lunsford’s essays on audience and includes commentaries on their work.) - https://secure.ncte.org/store/engaging-audience

The Academic Writer: A Brief Guide - http://www.bedfordstmartins.com/Catalog/product/academicwriter-secondedition-ede

“Audience Addressed/Audience Invoked:  The Role of Audience in Composition Theory and Practice” (This essay has been reprinted in thirteen anthologies of research in rhetoric and writing.) - http://cdh.sc.edu/~bhawk/readings/lunsford-ede.pdf