Deborah C. Andrews, Professor of English, directs the university's Center for Material Culture Studies. In the English department, she teaches courses in technical editing and rhetoric, in interpreting objects and sites for public understanding, and in American literature from 1865 to 1945; through the minor in material culture studies she supervises internships and independent studies, coordinates a yearly colloquium series in material culture research, and teaches a seminar in strategies for researching and writing about the relationship between people and their things. She has published several articles, book chapters, and texts on professional communication, including Technical Communication in the Global Community and, most recently, Management Communication: A Guide. A researcher, consultant, and speaker on many aspects of professional communication, especially in an international context, she is the former editor of Business Communication Quarterly.
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