- Associate Professor of Rhetoric and Composition
- Director, First-Year Composition Program
- PhD Comparative Literature, University of California, Irvine
- Romney, Abraham. “Spectacular Crisis: Rhetorics of Representation in Venezuela.” Rhetorics of Democracy in the Americas. Eds. Adriana Angel, Nancy Gómez, and Michael L. Butterworth (forthcoming at Penn State Press).
- Marika Seigel, Joshua Chase, Silke Feltz, William DeHerder, Karla Kitalong, Abraham Romney, and Kimberly Tweedale. “Monstrous Composition: Reanimating the Lecture in First-Year Writing Instruction.” College Composition and Communication (forthcoming June 2020).
- Romney, Abraham. “Beyond Audacity: Supporting Sonic Futures through the Digital Audio Workstation.” Communication Center Journal 3.1(2017): 134-146.
- Romney, Abraham and Karla Kitalong. “A Broad Spectrum of Multiliteracies: Toward an Integrated Approach to Multimodality and Multilingualism in Writing Centers.” Southern Discourse in the Center: A Journal of Multiliteracy and Innovation. 20.1 (2015): 10-30.
- Romney, Abraham. “Rhetoric from the Margins: Juan Francisco Manzano’s Autobiografía de un esclavo.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly. 45.3(2015): 237-249.
- ---.“‘By Inevitable Association’: Latin American Modernist Anti-Rhetoric and the Inescapable Figure of the Rhetorician.” Revista Latinoamericana de Retórica. 1.1(2013): 22-42.
- ---.“Indian Ability (auilidad de Indio) and Rhetoric’s Civilizing Narrative: Guaman Poma’s Contact with the Rhetorical Tradition.” College Composition and Communication. 63.1 (2011): 12-34.
“Human-Centered Engineering Initiative.” Co-PIs: Mary Raber, Oren Abeles, Nancy Barr, and Marika Seigel. National Endowment for the Humanities Connections Planning Grant. 2019.
Research Enhancement Fund Scholarship and Creativity Grant, Michigan Technological University. 2016.
Research Fellowship, International Society for the History of Rhetoric. 2014.
William G. Jackson Center for Teaching and Learning Blended Learning Grant Program, Michigan Technological University. 2014-2015.