Loyola University Maryland

Writing Department

Dominic Micer

Lecturer

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Dominic Micer is a lecturer and researcher at Loyola University Maryland. He serves as a Messina faculty member for the themes of The Good Life and Stories We Tell. His scholarly interests include the relationships between socio-cognitive affect and the materiality of discourse. He is an amateur photographer who captures pictures of birds and nature during his walks through the local park. 

Office

Maryland Hall 0057B
Writing Department
Loyola University Maryland
4501 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21210

Phone: (410) 617-2581
Fax: (410) 617-2934
dmicer@loyola.edu

Education

Ph.D. English, Miami University
M.A., English, University of Vermont
B.A., English, Virginia Commonwealth University
A. S., Education, Northern Virginia Community College

Courses Taught

WR100 Effective Writing, Messina
WR220 Introduction to Rhetoric, Diversity

Selected Publications

“Intercultural Dialogue and the Production of A Rhetorical Borderland: Service-Learning in a Multicultural and Multilingual Context.” With David Hitchcock and Anne Statham. Reflections, Spring 2009.

For more information view Dr. Micer's Curriculum Vitae in PDF.

Amber Davis
Students

Amber

Amber’s interdisciplinary major and minor allow her to explore different paths that incorporate her academic passions and career pursuits

English, Communication, Writing