About

The Basics:

I’m an Assistant Professor of Writing and Rhetoric at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. I specialize in sexuality studies and rhetorical criticism. In particular my work looks at various ways that sexual identities are discursively constructed and materially enacted and the conditions under which those identities change. I also teach writing with a focus on analysis, argumentation, and style.

I'm always studying sex: what people do and how they talk about what they do.

Read more about my teaching and scholarship.

Curriculum Vitae
Maggie M. Werner CV 2013



If you want me, you can find me:
205A Smith Hall
Geneva, NY 14456
315-781-4458 | werner@hws.edu

What I'm writing now:

Articles:
"Comic Conversations: Multimodal Scholar Dialogue in Inquiry-Based Research" (co-authored article with Dr. Hannah Dickinson)

“The Flash Which Seduces”: Seductive Rhetoric and the Communicative Art of Burlesque.

Conference Presentations:
“Worked Up So Sexual”: On Delivery, Desire, and Dance” (Conference of the Rhetoric Society of America, May 2014)

“Queer + Pedagogy: A Both/And Approach” (Conference on College Composition and Communication, March 21, 2014)