Noel Tague


Teaching Fellow
CL 609-M


After completing an MFA in Poetry at the University of Montana, I came to Pitt to further explore the intersections between poetics and rhetoric, and creative writing and composition pedagogy.  My current research circles around material practices of memory as they shape, or are shaped by, rhetorics of place, especially rural places.  I am interested in everyday, handmade practices of archiving, multimodal composing, and lyric engagements with the world and its materials.