Bryan Trabold, PhD

Associate Professor
Department of English









Phone: 617-573-8275
Fax: 617-305-1744
Email: btrabold@suffolk.edu 
Office: 8056, 8th Floor, 73 Tremont

Education

  • PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison
  • MA, University of Wisconsin, Madison
  • BA, George Washington University

Research Interests

  • Rhetorical theory
  • Rhetoric and history of the South African and international anti-apartheid movement
  • Literacy studies
  • Composition theory

Selected Publications

Books

Literacy, Economy, and Power: Writing and Research Ten Years after Literacy in American Lives. Edited collection. John Duffy, Julie Nelson Christoph, Eli Goldblatt, Nelson Graff, Rebecca S. Nowacek, and Bryan Trabold. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2014.

"Historical Narratives as a Rhetoric of Resistance in Apartheid South Africa: The History Workshop and the New Nation." South African Historical Journal. 62.4 (December, 2010).

"Walking the Cliff’s Edge: New Nation’s Rhetoric of Resistance in Apartheid South Africa." College Composition and Communication. 61.2 (December, 2009). w100-w124.

Articles

“Historical Narratives as a Rhetoric of Resistance in Apartheid South Africa: The History Workshop and the New Nation.”  South African Historical Journal. 62.4 (December, 2010): 735-752.   

“Walking the Cliff’s Edge: New Nation’s Rhetoric of Resistance in Apartheid South Africa.”  College Composition and Communication.  61.2 (December, 2009)  w100-w124.

Courses Taught

ENG-100 Reading and Writing Skills
ENG-101 Freshman English I 
ENG-102 Freshman English II
ENG-201 Intermediate Writing 
ENG-215 American Literature
ENG-216 World Literature in English
ENG-218 American Literature II
ENG-301 Gateway Seminar: George Orwell 
ENG-394 Critical Prose
ENG-395 Rhetoric and Memoir 
ENG-430 Literature of the Vietnam and Iraq Wars
ENG-525 Honors Seminar in English: Literature and Peace Studies
SF-1101 Hearts of Whiteness/Hearts of Darkness
SF-147 Liberation Movements at Home and Abroad