Qatar Faculty-Department of English - Carnegie Mellon University

Susan Hagan

Susan Hagan

Associate Teaching Professor, Liberal & Social Sciences

Email: hagan@cmu.edu

I bring an interdisciplinary perspective to my teaching and research informed by both rhetoric and design. My area of study is visual/verbal rhetoric. The courses I teach that most directly benefit from this perspective are Writing for the Professions, Web Design, Visual/Verbal Communication, and Document Design. [more]


Adam Hodges

Adam Hodges

Visiting Assistant Professor, Liberal & Social Sciences

Email: adamhodges@cmu.edu

Website: http://works.bepress.com/adamhodges/

My research, which is situated at the intersection of linguistic anthropology, sociolinguistics, and discourse analysis, focuses on issues of social or political concern as they play out in discursive interaction, such as the collective enactment of racism or justification of political violence. [more]


Ludmila Hyman

Ludmila Hyman

Assistant Teaching Professor, Liberal & Social Sciences

Email: lselemen@andrew.cmu.edu

My teaching and research focus on rhetoric of leaders—on how individuals in power use language for thinking and communication, and on how to increase our students’ competence as emerging leaders in business, science, technology, education, politics, community, arts, fashion, and family life. [more]


Tom Mitchell

Tom Mitchell

Assistant Teaching Professor, Liberal & Social Sciences

Email: tmitchel@andrew.cmu.edu

I joined the Qatar faculty after completing my Ph.D. in Rhetoric at CMU in 2013. I have taught introductory courses in academic writing and argumentation, Style, Writing in the Professions, Language and Culture, and Introduction to Discourse Analysis. [more]

Silvia Pessoa

Silvia Pessoa

Associate Teaching Professor, Liberal & Social Sciences

Email: spessoa@andrew.cmu.edu

I joined the faculty at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar in 2006 where I have taught courses in academic writing and argumentation, sociolinguistics, bilingualism, and immigration. I am interested in research that has clear pedagogical implications and a direct impact on society. [more]

Dudley Reynolds

Dudley Reynolds

Teaching Professor, Liberal & Social Sciences

Email: dreynolds@cmu.edu

I have been teaching first-year writing courses at CMU in Qatar since 2007 and also serve on the Dean’s Academic Council representing the Humanities and Social Sciences faculty. I was elected to the Executive Committee of the TESOL International Association in 2015, serving as the 51st President of the association in 2016-17. [more]