Sara Harwood is a doctoral student and instructor in the English Department. She earned her BA in History at the University of Toronto and her MA in History at the University of Windsor. Her research focuses on early American literature, history, and religion. Likewise, her pedagogy encourages an interdisciplinary approach to composition. Her course themes include a Composition I course on Bonnie and Clyde, which analyzes the rhetoric of historical documents on the Barrow Gang, and a Composition II course on Public Memory, which examines the rhetoric of preserved historical sites in Atlanta.