As an Assistant Professor of English at Auburn, she teaches courses in primary research, public writing, composition pedagogy, rhetorical theory, and cultural rhetorics. Diana’s research interests include working-class rhetorics, social movement studies, and community literacy.

Subject areas: Rhetorical History; Rhetorical Theory; Cultural Rhetorics; Composition Pedagogy; Literacy Studies

Past Affiliations

Editorial and Production Manager, Department of English, Georgia State University, South Atlantic Modern Language Association (past)
January 2013 - July 2014

Assistant Director, Lower Division Studies, Department of English, College of Arts & Sciences, Georgia State University (past)

PhD, Georgia State University, Rhetoric and Composition, 2014
MA, University of West Georgia, Literary Studies, 2007
BS, Kennesaw State University, Secondary English Education, 1996
rhetorical theory archival research civil rights prison education community literacy working class labor union
International Workers of the World
Labor and Working Class History Association
National Council of Teachers of English
Rhetoric Society of America
South Atlantic Modern Language Association
Working Class Studies Association