Emily Legg

Emily Legg

Assistant Professor of Composition and Rhetoric

365 Bachelor Hall


  • PhD, Purdue University, 2016
    MA, Rhetoric and Composition, Purdue University, 2011
    BA, Literary and Cultural Studies, University of Oklahoma, 2005

Research and Teaching Interests

  • Indigenous rhetorics
  • Cultural Rhetorics
  • Digital writing, Technology, and Rhetoric
  • New Media and Composition
  • Professional Writing

Selected Publications

Legg, Emily. “Daughters of the Seminaries: Re-Landscaping History through the Composition Courses at the Cherokee Female Seminary.” College Composition and Communication 66:1 (2014): 67-90. Print.

Legg, Emily and Patricia Sullivan. “Methodological Ballast: Storytelling as a Balancing Practice in the Study of Posthuman Praxis.” Posthuman Praxis. Eds. Kristen Moore and Dan Richards. (Book under review) 22 pp.

Legg, Emily and Adam Strantz. “Where Composition Goes to Work: A Digital Archive of the Public Face of 4Cs.” Pearson Emerging Pedagogies. (2013): n. pag. Web.