About

Paul Cook is Associate Professor of English in the Department of English and Language Studies at Indiana University Kokomo and Director of Writing for the campus. He also serves as President of Faculty Senate and Reviews Editor for the online journal Across the Disciplines. He teaches courses in writing, rhetoric, digital media, and technical editing. Paul earned a BA from Winthrop University, an MA from Auburn University, and a PhD from the Rhetoric/Composition program at the University of South Carolina. His work has appeared in Pedagogy, JAC (Journal of Advanced Composition), Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor, Across the Disciplines, Communication Law Review, the open-access textbook Bad Ideas about Writing, and others. Most recently, he co-led, along with colleagues Polly Boruff-Jones, Mark Canada, Christina Downey, and Mike Caulfield, AASCU‘s webinar series “Digital Literacy in the Time of Pandemic.” Paul lives in Indianapolis just off the Monon Trail, the subject of one of his current projects.

Click here for current CV (updated September 2020).