Michelle Graham

  • Lecturer
Academic Division: Arts & Humanities
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Bio

Michelle Graham teaches in the Rhetoric Program, in the Division of Arts and Humanities, with a focus on Human/Nature (dis)connections. In addition to Rhetoric, she teaches AHS Foundation, Narratives of Sustainability, and American Transcendentalism. Prior to arriving at Babson, she taught first-year writing at Tufts University, as well as first-year writing, survey of American Literature, and U.S. Multicultural Literatures at Emerson College.

Academic Degrees

  • MA, Tufts University

Academic Interests

Professor Graham's creative and research interests include poetry, fiction, and nonfiction writing on the human perception and experience of Nature and the nonhuman, and pedagogy as it pertains to the intersections between human discourse and sustainability.

Awards & Honors

  • 2015 — Kaplan Award for Sustainability, Babson Office of Sustainability
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Courses

  • Degree Courses 2019

    • AHS 1000 AHS NATURE AND THE ENVIRONMENT
    • RHT 1001 RHETORIC II
  • Degree Courses 2018

    • CVA 2057 NARRATIVES OF SUSTAINABILITY
    • RHT 1001 RHETORIC II
    • AHS 1000 AHS FOUNDATION
    • AHS 1000 AHS NATURE AND THE ENVIRONMENT