Brad Campbell, a Lecturer in the Department of English at Mississippi State University, has been teaching composition courses at MSU since 2005. Most often, he teaches Basic English, English Composition I, and English Composition II. Additionally, he serves as a member of the MSU Writing Center and provides technological assistance in various courses. In his classes, he stresses the importance of creating persuasive arguments by means of the various patterns of exposition. Further, he emphasizes the various modes of expression as rhetorical methods by means of which students can collect, analyze, and interpret information in order to create authentic and cogent arguments. In addition to his professional teaching duties, he pursues interests in critical theory, sixteenth- and seventeenth-century drama, and the works of Tennessee Williams. Most recently, he presented a paper entitled “Riddlers and Riddlees: Hermeneutic Heroes in Pericles and The Winter’s Tale” at the 2009 South Central Renaissance Conference, and his paper entitled “ ‘This is a match’: Eroticism and Psychic Coupling in Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale” has been accepted to the same conference in 2010.
M.A. 2008 English, Mississippi State University
B.A. 2005 English, Psychology, University of Mississippi