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Taylor Orgeron

Taylor Orgeron

Assistant Professor

Department: Language & Literature
Office: CAM 224F


Service Titles

  • First Year Writing Coordinator – Language & Literature
  • Assessment Coordinator  – Language & Literature
  • Service-Learning Coordinator – Language & Literature
  • Arts & Humanities Liaison – SAGE STEAM Camp
  • Board Member – Weatherford Arts Council


Ph.D. in English, Louisiana State University  – Dissertation title: Intertwined Markings: Metafiction in the Digital Age

Master of Humanities in Comparative Literature & Classical Rhetoric, University of Dallas

Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts, concentrating in Humanities & Social Thought; German minor, English minor, Louisiana Scholars’ College at Northwestern State University –  Honors Thesis title: "Dwarves, Clowns, and Rebels: The Anti-hero in Post-World War II German Literature"

Teaching and Research Interests

First Year Composition, Digital Rhetoric & Multimodal Composition, Digital Pedagogy, Video Game Studies, Digital Humanities, Film & Media Studies, Multi-Ethnic American Literature, Global Literature, Cultural Studies, Disability Studies, Gender & Sexuality Studies

Courses at SWOSU

  • ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I
  • ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II
  • ENGL 1002 Writing Skills Lab
  • ENGL 3213 Writing for Social Media
  • ENGL 4123 Writing Genres
  • ENGL 4653 Writing for Multimedia
  • PHIL 1453 Introduction to Philosophy