Patrick Love, Ph.D.
Ph.D., Purdue University
M.A., Purdue University
B.A., Western Michigan University
Research interests include Rhetoric and Composition theory, Professional and Technical Communication, Digital Rhetoric, Data Rhetoric, Online Writing Instruction, and Writing Program Administration.
Rhetorically Defining ‘Information’ For Designers and Technical Communicators: Transport, Institutional Shift, and Usability. SIGDOC ’18. ACM, New York, NY, USA. 7 print pages (6200+ words). doi: 10.1145/3233756.3233945
Two months with the other Switch launch title: 1-2-Switch, ubiquitous computing, and emergent augmented reality. First Person Scholar. September 27, 2017.
Dykema, Meghan, Kim Ballard, Patrick Love, and Daniel
Kenzie. (2011). Lessons in graphica. Classroom Notes Plus Vol 28 No 4 April
Purdue Libraries. (2018). Digital Education Resources at Purdue Libraries. January 11. (VO)
DSC Writing Center. (2012). MLA Format Setup in LibreOffice 3.4. January 11 (Screencast)
DSC Writing Center. (2011). APA Format Setup in Word 2010 UPDATED. September 1 (Screencast)
Love, Patrick and Alisha Karabinus. (expected 2020).
Creation of an Alt-Left Boogeyman: Information Economics and the Emergence of
‘Antifa.’ After 2016: The Crisis in Digital Democracy. Eds Michael Trice and
MLA, CCCC, NCTE, ATTW, CPTSC, GSOLE, IWCA
Frequently Taught Classes
Recently Taught Classes
2021 Summer E
- EN-441-01 - Criticism and Theory
- EN-271-01 - Professional Writing
- EN-548-50 - Rhetoric of Science and Society
2020 Summer E
- EN-102-35 - College Composition II
- EN-102-40 - College Composition II
- EN-398-01 - Special Topics in English (300 Level)