|Position||Composition Director, Professor|
|Office Location||McMicken Hall Room 245C
|University of Louisville||Ph.D., Rhetoric & Compositon (2004)|
|University of Louisville||M.A. in English (2000)|
|Bellarmine University||B.A. (1996)|
Christopher Carter is Professor of English at the University of Cincinnati, where he teaches courses in writing theory, activist rhetoric, and visual culture while serving as Composition Director. He is author of Rhetoric and Resistance in the Corporate Academy (Hampton Press, 2008) and Rhetorical Exposures: Confrontation and Contradiction in US Social Documentary Photography (University of Alabama Press, 2015), and previous editor of Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor. His latest book, Metafilm: Materialist Rhetoric and Reflexive Cinema, will be published by Ohio State University Press in 2018. His essays have appeared in Works and Days, JAC, College English, and Rhetoric Review, and he has written chapters for Tenured Bosses and Disposable Teachers as well as Narrative Acts: Rhetoric, Race and Identity, Knowledge.