Dr. Kathy Wolfe
(On sabbatical 2014-15)
Nebraska native and NWU alum (class of '90).
Taught at Rose State College and Oklahoma City Community College in OKC, and at Fort Lewis College in Durango CO, before returning to Lincoln and the NWU English Department in 2000.
Sabbatical in Costa Rica at the United Nations University for Peace, 2007-08.
Dean of the NWU College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, 2010-2014.
Serving as Senior Fellow for Centennial and LEAP planning (Liberal Education and America's Promise) at the Association of American Colleges and Universities in Washington DC, 2014-2015.
B.A. (English), Nebraska Wesleyan University, 1990
Ph.D (English: Rhetoric/Composition), Texas Christian University, 1994
"The teacher is no longer merely the-one-who-teaches, but one who is . . . taught in dialogue with the students, who in turn while being taught also teach. They become jointly responsible for a process in which all grow . . . . At the point of encounter there are neither utter ignoramuses nor perfect sages; there are only people who are attempting, together, to learn more than they now know."
--Paulo Freire, Pedagogy of the Oppressed 61, 71.
First-Year Writing, Archway Seminar, Introduction to Linguistics, Introduction to Classical Rhetoric, History of the English Language, Studies in Linguistics, Studies in Rhetoric, Advanced Composition, Topics in World Literature (Environment), Introduction to Peace and Justice Studies
(On sabbatical 2014-15.)
Nonwestern rhetorical traditions, liberal arts education, propaganda analysis, sociolinguistics, peace and justice studies, ecology and the global commons
I also co-coordinate NWU's Peace and Justice Studies minor.
Local farms/community gardens.
Association of American Colleges and Universities
Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences
National Academic Advising Association
National Council of Teachers of English
Conference on College Composition and Communication
Rhetoric Society of America
Rhetoricians for Peace
Nebraskans for Peace
American Association of University Professors
Peace and Justice Studies Association