Beth Kramer

Senior Lecturer of Rhetoric

Teaching Interests

Multimodal Teaching, Victorian Women and Culture, and Nineteenth-century Reform Movements.

Research Interests

Victorian women and culture, and nineteenth-century reform movements

Selected Publications


“Multimodal Peer Review: Fostering Inclusion in Mixed Level College Classrooms with ELL Learners” in Revisiting Peer Review: Critical Reflections on a Pedagogical Practice Ed. Phoebe Jackson and Chris Weaver, WAC Clearinghouse, Forthcoming.

“Podcasts and the Twenty-first Century College Classroom” with Rick Cole, IMPACT Interdisciplinary Journal, Summer 2017.  


“The Double Nature of the Love Triangle:  Sedgwick, Greene, Achebe” Thamyris/Intersecting. (2010) Chapter 5:

“Postcolonial Triangles:  An Analysis of Masculinity and Homosocial Desire in Achebe’s A Man of the People and Greene’s The Quiet American” in Postcolonial Text. September 2009.