1. University of Virginia
  2. Arts & Sciences

Marcus Meade

Assistant Professor

Bryan Hall 314A

Office Hours:

MW 12:30-2:00

Class Schedule:
MWF 11:00-11:50
MW 2:00-3:15


Ph.D. University of Nebraska 2017
M.A. Northwest Missouri State University 2010
B.A. Northwest Missouri State University 2008


Composition Pedagogy, Writing-related transfer, Writing Center Studies, The Rhetoric of Athletics, Literacy and Macroeconomics

Selected Publications

"The Most Important Project of Our Time!: Hyperbole as a Discourse Feature of Student Writing," College Composition and Communication, 67.1 (September 2015): 64-86.

"Seeing is Believing: Re-presentation, Cognition, and Transfer in Writing Classes.” Contemporary Perspectives: On Writing and Cognition, Eds. Duane Roen, J. Michael Rifenburg, and Patricia Portanova, WAC Clearinghouse. 2017.

Recent Presentations

“‘What [Literacy] is of Most Worth?’: The Myth of Economic Viability in the (New) Gilded Age.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Portland, OR, March 2017.

“(Un)bounded: Writing Centers and the Neoliberal Institution.” International Writing Centers Association Conference, Denver, CO, October 2016.

“Do We Lead or Follow?: Leadership and Management in Teacher Training.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Houston, TX, April 2016.