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Kathleen McConnell

 

Kathleen McConnell is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Communication and Culture at Indiana University. Her research interests include rhetoric and education, rhetorical criticism of pedagogical theory and models of schooling, histories of instruction in the use of communication technologies, youth culture, and feminist/gender studies. She has published on cassette-tape culture, and has written a genealogy of the typewriter and of the playground. Her dissertation, titled "Thinking like a School System: Compulsory Education, Plurality, and the Problem of Judgment," is a rhetorical analysis of educational psychology that considers the potential of behaviorism as a model of political judgment. She is currently a Robert H. Ferrell fellow at Indiana University.

 


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