Elizabeth Kaszynski Gilmore is a PhD Candidate at Indiana University, studying Communication and Culture with an emphasis in Rhetoric and Public Culture.

Academic research and teaching interests include: Rhetorical Theory & Criticism, Persuasion, Argumentation, Classical Rhetoric, Public Advocacy and Public Speaking, Kenneth Burke, Digital Rhetoric, Visuality & Visual Rhetoric, Racial Representations, Critical Race Theory, Critical Whiteness, White Savior Myth, Colonial Studies (Post-, De-, Neo-) and Imperialism, Photographic Messages, Iconic Photographs, Civic Engagement, Humanitarian Aid, Critical Pedagogy


You can also find links to my blog in the sidebar to the left.