David Stubblefield is an Assistant Professor of English at Southern Wesleyan University where is he is also Senior Publishing Editor for the Carolina Institute of Faith and Culture.
He is ABD in the University of South Carolina’s Composition and Program Rhetoric, where he is finishing a dissertation entitled The Voice of Composition and the Spirit of Error. He has published multiple articles and has a forthcoming publication in Emotion, Affect, and Rhetorical Persuasion in Mass Communication: Theories and Case Studies, an edited anthology being put by Routledge.
David also holds an MA in Philosophy from the University of South Carolina. He specializes in Rhetorical Theory, the History of Composition, and Continental Philosophy.
Chad Chisholm is a professor of English and Media Communication at Southern Wesleyan University in South Carolina. He specializes in rhetoric, composition, narrative, and children's literature.
Chisholm is the author of articles on a variety of topics, which include literary criticism, pedagogy, local history, and film. His writings have appeared in the following publications: Mississippi Folklife, The South Carolina Review, Connecticut Review, Mallorn: Journal of the J.R.R. Tolkien Society, Intercollegiate Review, and The Mississippi Encyclopedia. Chisholm has published two photo essay books with Arcadia Publishing's series Images of America.
Chisholm has received awards for his teaching in the classroom, including the Exemplary Teacher Award from the United Methodist Board of Higher Education and the William Winter Scholar Award from the Mississippi Humanities Council.
He lives near Clemson with his wife, Emily, and two daughters, Gracie and Lucy.
My wife Caron and I live South Carolina, where I teach Media Communication at Southern Wesleyan University.
We love spending time with our children and grand children and host friends and family at our home. We are active in our church, play golf, travel as often as we can, read and enjoy good movies.
I earned a Ph.D. in The School of Journalism at The University of Texas at Austin. I teach digital media, advertising, journalism and a host of other media related subjects. I still do some video production and media consulting, but I have been really busy building Web sites and keeping current with emerging media technologies.