Ann Brady

Ann Brady


  • Professor of Scientific and Technical Communication, Humanities
  • PhD, Miami University of Ohio


Taking up issues of both theory and practice, Dr. Ann Brady's work focuses on the intersections of rhetoric and technical communication. Her most recent publications appear in Rhetoric Review, Journal of Women's Studies, and Computers and Composition and address issues of methodological diversity, gender essentialism, and technological determinism.

Links of Interest

Teaching Interests

  • Science Writing
  • Technical Communication
  • Documentation and Usability
  • Technology Studies
  • Feminist Studies of Science and Technology

Research Areas

  • Rhetorical Theory
  • Technology Studies
  • Feminist Theory
  • Philosophy of Technology
  • Interdisciplinary Theory

Recent Publications

  • Feminist Rhetorical Resilience, with Elizabeth Flynn and Patty Sotirin. Logan, UT: Utah State UP, 2011. Print.
  • “Moving On and Beyond: STC Programmatic Assessment Models,” with Erik Hayenga and Jingfang Ren. Programmatic Perspectives. 2012. Web.
  • “Static to Dynamic: Professional Identity as Inventory, Invention, and Performance in Classrooms and Workplace,” with Joanna Schreiber. Technical Communication Quarterly, forthcoming 2013. Print.