Christine Olding



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Specialty: Writing Program Faculty

Christine Olding received her PhD in Literacy, Rhetoric, and Social Practice from Kent State University. Her research interests include multimodal composition, sonic literacies, and the connection between popular culture and classroom pedagogy. She is published on the relation between Foucault’s theory of the madman and the early Glam Rock movement, in particular highlighting the work of Marc Bolan and David Bowie. Before coming to CWRU, Christine was an associate professor and department chair turned instructional designer. Her day job allows her to focus on creating impactful student-centered courses for universities across the country.