Jacob Richter is a lecturer in the English department at SUNY Cortland where he teaches first-year writing. His research examines rhetoric as it occurs in the digital sphere, specifically examining the impact social web technologies have on relations between composition, language and public rhetorical expression. He has presented his work at NeMLA, SUNY Council on Writing and Writing Matters and is an avid blogger and writer of creative nonfiction. He is a graduate of the English MA program at the University at Buffalo, where he completed his comprehensive MA thesis “Birth of the Authors: Digital Collaboration, Electrate Invention and the Dissenting Voice.”
View his Research.
View his Teaching.
View his Curriculum Vitae.
Outside of the classroom, Jacob enjoys live music, hiking with his labrador and pretentiously Yelping high-brow coffee shop reviews. He is an avid writer, his primary genres being email and apology notes. To contact Jacob, email Jacob.email@example.com.