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Ehren Pflugfelder

Ehren Pflugfelder

Course Descriptions

Ehren Pflugfelder
Assistant Professor of English

Office: Moreland 316
Phone: 541-737-1649
Email: Ehren.Pflugfelder@oregonstate.edu

Ph.D., Purdue University (2012)
MA, Case Western Reserve University (2005)
BSE, Slippery Rock University

Ehren Pflugfelder teaches courses in professional/technical writing, new media studies, and rhetoric and composition. He is at work on a book project that examines connections between rhetoric, mobility, and technology. It argues that from the design of complex technical projects to our everyday use of mobility devices – automobiles, roadways, smart phones, etc. – we are immersed in a network of subtle arguments. Our understanding of those persuasive forces affects a host of issues including our health, wealth, and the environment. Recently, he has published essays on pedagogical devices in the post-historical university, transportation technology and user feedback, and phenomenology and gender in motorsport in journals such as College English, the Journal and Technical Writing and Communication, and the Journal of Sport & Social Issues. He holds a Ph.D. from Purdue University (2012), an M.A from Case Western Reserve University (2005), and a B.S.E. from Slippery Rock University (2001).

Contact Info

Writing, Literature, & Film 238 Moreland Hall 541.737.3244
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