*Research* | Teaching
Department of English
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Drive
Canada V5A 1S6
I am interested in the ways that writing and reading and speaking and listening contribute to our experience of situations and events, especially those associated with the rhetorical tradition and the study of argument.
Keywords: Discourse Analysis, Rhetoric, Writing, Argumentation
BackgroundAssociate Professor, Simon Fraser University, 2012-present
Assistant Professor, Simon Fraser University, 2006-2012
Ph.D. Rhetoric, Carnegie Mellon University, 2005
Cramer, P. (2015). Story Problems: Where Do the Agonists of the Dialogue Model of Argument Interact? Argumentation, (forthcoming). http://doi.org/10.1007/s10503-015-9358-2
Cramer, P. (2015). Stasis Four for Literate Jurisdictions: Writing for an Art World Referee. Rhetoric Review, 34(3), 315-335. http://doi.org/10.1080/07350198.2015.1040306
Cramer, P., & Eisenhart, C. (2014). Examining Readers' Evaluations of Objectivity and Bias in News Discourse. Written Communication, 31(3), 280-303.
Cramer, P. (2013). The EBM Argument Hygiene Campaign. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 19(3), 447-453.
Cramer, P. (2013). Sick Stuff: A Case Study of Controversy in a Constitutive Attitude. Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 43(2), 177-201.
Cramer, P. (2012). Recruiting and nominating participants for the Brooklyn Museum controversy: The contributions of New York City print journalists. In R. Howells, A. D. Ritivoi, & J. Schachter (Eds.), Outrage! art, controversy, and society. (pp. 66-98). Palgrave.