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John L. Seabloom-Dunne

John L. Seabloom-Dunne

Graduate Teaching Assistant
Preferred Pronouns: he/him/his
202 Burrowes Building
Mailroom: 430 Burrowes Building

Mailroom: 430 Burrowes Building

John L. Seabloom-Dunne

Spring 2023 Office Hours

Fridays 12pm-2pm and by appointment


M.A. English - The Pennsylvania State University
B.A. English; Ancient Studies - St. Olaf College

Professional Bio

John specializes in rhetoric and composition with particular emphasis on technical, technological, and ludic rhetorics. His current research lies in the histories and historiographies of anti-institutional and extra-institutional technical communication. In his role as a teacher, John regularly teaches classes on rhetoric & composition and technical communication at Penn State's University Park campus.

Areas of Specialization

Media and Digital Studies

Technical Communication, Digital Rhetoric, Networked Communication Environments, Histories and Philosophies of Technology

Rhetoric and Composition

Technical Communication, Rhetorical Theory, Rhetorical Histories and Historiographies, Composition Pedagogy