Kelly Cameron, Lecturer
Office: Minard 316G
My career began in journalism. After working for two years at a small newspaper in northern Minnesota, I came to NDSU to get an M.A. in English. It was here where I discovered I very much enjoyed teaching and that I wanted to learn a lot more about rhetoric. So I got my Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Composition with a graduate certificate in Women's Studies at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. I came back to serve as a lecturer here about five years ago. I have also served as Interim Director of First-Year Writing. I teach mostly ENGL 110/100, but I have also begun to teach intro courses in the Women and Gender Studies Program. My research interests include feminist approaches to rhetoric and cultural rhetorics. Currently, I'm working on projects about Frances Power Cobbe, an Anglo-Irish Victorian journalist and activist, and female online advice columnists. I live in Fargo with my husband, Ben, and our cat, Salem.