Dr. Craig Wynne
Dr. Craig Wynne is an Associate Professor of English in the Division of Arts and Humanities in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of the District of Columbia. His research interests include Composition Pedagogy, Writing and Psychology, Singles Studies, Critical Discourse Analysis, and Rhetoric and Popular Culture. He has presented at a variety of conferences on these subject areas, and his work has been published in Teaching English in the Two-Year College, Journal of Creativity in Mental Health, Journal of American Culture, Spark: A 4C4 Equality Journal, and Revista Feminismos. He recently published a book, How to be a Happy Bachelor (Kendall-Hunt, 2020), which was inspired by his themed Composition courses on Singlehood and Marriage. He is currently working on an edited collection of essays on emotion as it pertains to writing, a Critical Discourse Analysis on familial images in pharmaceutical advertisements, and a book of microfiction pieces.