Professor of Communication, University of Washington

Leah Ceccarelli is a rhetorical critic and theorist. Her research focuses on interdisciplinary and public discourse about science. She also explores metacritical issues surrounding rhetorical inquiry as a mode of research. She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in American Public Address, Public Debate, Rhetorical Criticism, Classical Rhetoric, and Rhetoric of Science. She directs the UW Science, Technology, and Society Studies Graduate Certificate program. She serves on the editorial boards of Rhetoric & Public Affairs, Quarterly Journal of Speech, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, and Philosophy & Rhetoric, and is Co-Editor of Transdisciplinary Rhetoric (a book series sponsored by the Rhetoric Society of America and Penn State University Press).

Experience

  • –present
    Professor of Communication, University of Washington