Composition, Rhetoric, Queer Theory, Gender Studies, Generalist Literature, Film Studies
Rob Faunce teaches and writes about the classroom: how we learn, how we teach, how that affects pedagogy, and how that evolves through age and technology. He often teaches composition, 20th/21st century literature, film studies, gender and theory (sometimes all at the same time). He is the recipient of multiple awards for writing and teaching, including a 2019 Outstanding Instructor prize.
“For Love of the Game.” The Chronicle for Higher Education. February 5, 2014
“Queer and Nondemagogic Pedagogy.” CEA Forum42.2 (Summer 2013): 30-44.
“Teaching Querelle in the Composition Classroom.” Pedagogy 12.2 (April 2012): 343-352.
“Queer Mentors.” The Chronicle for Higher Education. February 24, 2012
“All About Praxis: Connecting Me to Margo, through Bette Davis.” EOAGH 7. October 2011.
“All About Praxis: Queer Rhetoric and the Therapy of Watching Movies.” EOAGH 7. October 2011.
“Outing the Wizard.” The Chronicle for Higher Education. April 6, 2011
“An Underclass Of Adjuncts Is Educating Your Children.” Chronicle Of Higher Education 57.18: D10. January 7, 2011.
“The Gay Bond; or, Bond Goes Camping.” In James Bond in World and Popular Culture: The Films Are Not Enough, Eds. Robert G. Weiner, B. Lynn Whitfield, and Jack Becker. London: Cambridge Scholars. 2010.
“Contagious Homosexuality: Cruising and Sodom and Gomorrah.” Bright Lights Film Quarterly 66. November 2009.