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Bradley Siebert

Assistant Professor
English
College of Arts & Sciences
Contact
1700 SW College Ave
Topeka, KS 66621-1117
785.670.1916
Degrees & Certifications
Bethel College, Bachelor of Arts
University of Arizona, Master of Arts
University of Arizona, Doctor of Philosophy
Academic History

Washburn University, Assistant Professor of English, 1995 - present.

Sam Houston State University, Assistant Professor of English, 1990-1995.
Teaching
  • EN 101 JJ, Freshman Comp
  • EN 101 N, Freshman Comp
  • EN 101 S, Freshman Comp
  • EN 192 A, Literature & Film
  • EN 300 D, Advanced Composition
  • EN 300 L, Advanced Composition
  • EN 300 SS, Advanced Composition
Scholarly Interests/Activities

Composition Theory and Pedagogy

Rhetorical Theory and Ethics

Religious Rhetoric
Service Interests/Activities

General Education Review Committee

First-Year Experience Committee

Fellow of the Center for Kansas Studies

English Education Candidates’ Progress Committee
Career Accomplishments

Editor, Kansas English, the journal of the Kansas Association of Teachers of English, 1996-1999

Articles and Conference Presentations on Teaching Composition, Rhetorical Theory and Ethics, and Religious Rhetoric

Long-running column in the Mennonite Weekly Review, “Views from the Pew”