Trapp active in scholarly work

Dr. Joonna Trapp, associate professor of English, has been active in scholarly work:
  • In March, she presented a paper, “Reflection as Rhetorical Practice Made New Again,” at the Conference on College Composition and Communication in San Francisco.
  • Her chapter, “The Guises of Martin Guerre: Using History and Film to Teach Argument,” was included in a book published by the University of Tennessee Press in December: The Humanities and the Visual Media: Pedagogical Approaches.
  • She has been awarded a Lilly Grant to present “A Theater of Empowerment: Spiritual Rhetorics in the Slave Community” at the Inquiries into Rhetoric and Christian Tradition conference in Chicago May 20–21.