Donald Jones

Associate Professor of English

English and Modern Languages

College of Arts and Sciences
860.768.4751 A 212I

PhD, University of New Hampshire

MLitt, Drew University

BA, Connecticut College

Writing Process Theory, Rhetoric and Pedagogy, Postmodern Agency, and Digital Literacy.

“Success as Sell-Out: What to Make of Brian Jackson’s Review and What Students Made of Jay Heinrichs’ Thank You for Arguing.” Rhetoric Review 28.1 (Winter 2009) 83-7.

“Teaching the Conflict over Digital Literacy:  A Learning Sequence on Pens, Pages, and Pixels.” Pedagogy 7.2 (Spring 2007): 207-21.

 “The Adjunct Question.” LORE: an E-Journal for Teachers of Writing. Nov. 1, 2003.

Comment on “Ghosts: Liberal Education and Negotiated Authority.” College English. 65.2 (Nov. 2002): 211-13.

“John Dewey and Peter Elbow: A Pragmatist Revision of Social Theory and  Practice.” Rhetoric Review  21.3 (Spring 2002): 264-81. 

“Engaging Students in the Conflict: Academic Discourse, Its Variations, and Its Instruction.” Composition Studies   28.1 (Spring 2000): 95-113.

Outstanding Faculty Award, 2018.

Engaged Learning Fellowship, 2010.

Excellence in Pedagogy Award, 2007.

Outstanding Teacher Award, 2000.