M.A., University of Arizona, English (2007)
B.A., University of Washington, English (2003)
Kevin C. Moore teaches rhetoric and writing. He holds a PhD in English from UCLA (2013), and an MA in English from the University of Arizona. Prior to arriving at Stanford, he taught as a lecturer in the Writing Program at the University of California, Santa Barbara (2013-2019). His research interests include the rhetoric of creativity, writer’s block, the Holocaust, propaganda studies, and Ralph Ellison. Dr. Moore's work has appeared in Arizona Quarterly, Composition Studies, Writing on the Edge, MAKE, Souciant, and the Santa Barbara Independent, as well as a number of edited collections. He also writes fiction, creative nonfiction, and film reviews.
Areas of specialization: Rhetoric, STEM Professional Writing, and American Literature
Genre expertise: Research papers, rhetorical analysis, as well as personal statements and resumes
Enjoys tutoring everything! In particular, helping students see what is already amazing about their writing and thinking.
Tuesday and Thursday 12:00pm-1:30pm PACIFIC