PhD University of South Florida
MA University of Louisville
BA Bowdoin College
Rhetorical Genre Studies, Discourse Analysis, Composition Theory & Practice, Writing Program Administration
Rhetorical Genre Studies
Issues in the Teaching of Writing
Writing, Style, Technology
Composition II: Researching the Public Experience
Comp I: Writing the College Experience
Pantelides, Kate. “Metagenre on the WPA-L: Transitional Threads as Nexus for Micro/Macro-level Discourse on the Dissertation.” Composition Forum, forthcoming Spring 2015.
Pantelides, Kate. “Dissertation Genre Change.” Across the Disciplines, forthcoming Winter 2015.
Pantelides, Kate. “On Being a New Mother-Dissertator-Writing Center Administrator.” College Composition and Communication 65 (1): 28-29. 2013. Print.
Pantelides, Kate, Laura Ewing, and Karen Langbehn. “Training Manuals and Reflective Practice.” Academic Exchange Quarterly, 16(4): n. pg. 2012. Web.
Pantelides, Kate. “Negotiating What's at Stake in Informal Writing in the Writing Center.” Computers and Composition: An International Journal 29 (4): 269-279. 2012. Print.
Pantelides, Kate, and Mariaelena Bartesaghi. “‘So what are we working on?’ Pronouns as a Way of Re-Examining Composing.” Composition Studies 40 (1): 24-38. 2012. Print.
Pantelides, Kate. “Getting to Know You: Book Clubs as Social Practice.” Cult Pop Culture: How the Fringe Became the Mainstream, Vol. 3: Everyday Cult. Ed. Bob Batchelor. Santa Barbara: Praeger, 2012. 3-14. Print.