Lisa Richman

FacultyWriting, Rhetoric, and CulturesFirst Year Writing

Assistant Professor


Lisa Richman hold a doctorate in American Culture Studies from Bowling Green State University. Her work develops out of the intersection of race and gender theory and the history of photography. Specifically, interrogating the role of photography as a cultural object that can reflect and impact the spaces in which it is made/circulated. Most recently, her article “Migrant Mother: Race and Gender in the Making of a Photographic Icon.” can be found within The Routledge Companion to Photography and Visual Culture.

Research Areas

Writing Center Theory, Higher Ed Administration, General Education, General Education as Social Justice, Writing Program Administration, Composition Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies


Ph.D. in American Culture Studies, Bowling Green State University

University News

13 New Faculty and Staff Join the College This Semester
Published March 31, 2020 in College of Arts & Letters
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This semester, the College of Arts & Letters welcomed 13 new faculty and staff members, seven of whom work for the Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures. The 13 new faculty and…Read now »