Garrett M. Stack, PhD
Garrett M. Stack, PhD

Assistant Professor
Torch Advisor
English, Literature, and World Languages
Phone: (231) 591-5869
Email: [email protected]

Education

  • PhD, Carnegie Mellon University, Rhetoric
  • MA, San Diego State University, Rhetoric and Writing Studies
  • BA, Indiana University, Journalism

Biography

Teaches journalism, technical writing, and creative writing. Researches environmental communication and writing pedagogy. Writes poetry and fiction.

Presentations

  • Paper
    Stack, G. M. (Presenter), IEEE International Professional Communication Conference (ProComm), "Valuating National Parks: Technical Communicators and the Aesthetics of Reclamation," Aachen, Germany, (2019).
  • Paper
    Stack, G. M. (Presenter), Conference of the Rhetoric Society of America, "Hetch Hetchy and the Rhetoric of Reclamation," Minneapolis, MN, (2018).
  • Oral Presentation
    Stack, G. M. (Presenter), ELWL Colloquium Series, "Asian Carp and the Immigrant Metaphor," Ferris State University, Big Rapids, MI, (2017).
  • Paper
    Stack, G. M. (Presenter), Biennial Conference of the Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment, "Instigating Bathos: The Anti-Sublime and Aesthetic Preservation Rhetoric," Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, (2017).
  • Paper
    Stack, G. M. (Presenter), Conference on Communication and Environment, "Acquiring Meaning: The Sierra Club and the Transition of Environmental Vocabulary in Practice," University of Colorado, Boulder, (2016).
  • Paper
    Stack, G. M. (Presenter), Innovation with Impact: Graduate Interdisciplinary Exhibition, "Student Empowerment through Dystopic Case Studies," Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, (2016).
  • Paper
    Stack, G. M. (Presenter), Conference of the Rhetoric Society of America, "Environmental Victimization as Rhetorical Tactic," San Antonio, TX, (2014).
  • Paper
    Stack, G. M. (Presenter), GEO Conference, "The Urban Prairie: Terministic Screens and the Making of Place in Urban Land Use Narratives," University of Maryland, College Park, MA, (2013).
  • Paper
    Stack, G. M. (Presenter), Conference of the Rhetoric Society of America, "A Century of Change: National Geographic, Ecospeak, and the Rhetoric of Amazonian Land Development," Philadelphia, PA, (2012).
  • Paper
    Stack, G. M. (Presenter), Western States Rhetoric and Literacy Conference, "Ecospeak and National Geographic Magazine: A Study of Environmental Dichotomy," Phoenix, AZ, (2011).