Emily Cope, Ph.D.
- B.A. Moody Bible Institute of Chicago (May 2004)
- M.A. University of Tennessee, Knoxville (May 2008)
- Ph.D. University of Tennessee, Knoxville (May 2015)
- Research Methods in Writing Studies
- Senior Seminar in Professional Writing
- Digital Writing
- Rhetorical Communication
- Rhetorical Education
- Religious Rhetorics
- Writing Teacher Preparation
- Young Scholars in Writing: Undergraduate Research in Rhetoric and Writing. Co-editor with Gabriel Cutrufello and Kim Fahle Peck. 2020 - present.
- “To Splinter and Split: Mapping the Terrain of Evangelical Christian Rhetoric in the Age of Trump.” New Directions in Rhetoric and Religion. Ed. James Vining. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. Forthcoming 2021. With Holland Prior, Jeff Ringer, and Megan Von Bergen.
- “Compartmentalizing Faith: How Three First-Semester Undergraduates Manage Evangelical Identities in Academic Writing.” Research in the Teaching of English 54.4 (2020): 367-391.
- “Research Methods: Designing Methods Instruction and Experiences That Invite Undergraduates into the Field.” The Naylor Report on Undergraduate Research in Writing Studies. Ed. Dominic DelliCarpini, Jenn Fishman, and Jane Greer. Anderson, SC: Parlor Press, 2020. 49-64. With Kim Fahle Peck, Kristine Johnson, and Shurli Makmillen.
- “‘Inspiration of Delivery’: John A. Broadus and the Evangelical Underpinnings of Extemporaneous Oratory.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly 45.4 (2015): 279-299.