Amy Anderson

Amy Anderson

Associate Professor
Main Hall 508


  • Ph.D., University of Kentucky
  • M.A., University of Kentucky
  • B.A., Miami University


  • Visual Rhetoric
  • Multimodal Composition
  • History of Rhetoric
  • Jewish Rhetoric
  • Digital Rhetoric
  • Byzantine Iconography

Selected Publications

“Rhetorical Stillness: How Byzantine Iconography Offers an Alternative to Rhetorical Velocity,” forthcoming in Rhetoric Society Quarterly.

“The New Rhetoric Project Laughs: Lucie Olbrechts-Tyteca, Dissociation, and the Comic.” Philosophy and Rhetoric, vol. 53, no. 4, Fall 2020, p. 450-65. doi: 10.5325/philrhet.53.4.0450 

“Developments in Dissociation: Past Contexts, Present Applications, Future Implications,” co-authored with Martin Camper, introduction for special section on dissociation in Philosophy and Rhetoric, vol. 53, no. 4, Fall 2020, p. 377-84. doi: 10.5325/philrhet.53.4.0377 

“Exploring the Multimodal Gutter: What Dissociation Can Teach Us about Multimodality.” enculturation, vol. 25, 17 Oct. 2017,

“Dissociation and Visual Arguments: Creating Customers for Levy’s Real Jewish Rye.” Argumentation and Advocacy, vol 52, no. 2, Fall 2015, p. 109-24, 

 “Digital Tidings,” review of The Social Media Gospel: Sharing the Good News in New Ways by Meredith Gould. The Journal of Religion, Media, and Digital Culture, vol. 3, no. 1, 2014. 

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