Cheryl Glenn, Liberal Arts Research Professor of English and Women's Studies at the Pennsylvania State University and on-site director of Bread Loaf/Santa Fe
has been named a Visiting Professor of the Humanities for 2012 at Radboud University in Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
She has given a number of invited lectures abroad, at the University of Oslo in Oslo, Norway, Sodertorns University in Stockholm, Sweden, and at Radboud University, including a keynote lecture, “Some Lessons for Teachers,” at the Academic Writing Center’s All-Day Event for Faculty at Radboud in May. Professor Glenn, with fellow Bread Loaf faculty member Andrea Lunsford, Alysse O’Brien and Robert Smith, gave the keynote panel “Our Best (and Maybe Only) Chance: Global Rhetoric as an Antidote to Violence” at A Symposium in Honor of Eva Magnussen.
glenn-booksIn addition to her speaking engagements, Glenn released new editions of both The Hodges Harbrace Handbook (18th edition, co-edited with Loretta Gray) and the second edition of The Harbrace Guide to Writing, both published by Wadsworth in 2012, and co-edited Silence and Listening as Rhetorical Arts with Krista Ratcliffe. Published by Southern Illinois University Press in 2011, the book combines essays that make the case that strategic, purposeful use of silence and listening can be as rhetorically effective as the more traditional arts of reading, writing, and speaking.