Nicholas Mennona Marino

Nicholas Marino is an MA student studying Rhetoric and Composition a tFlorida Atlantic University. His research interests include expressivist pedagogy, Yik Yak, Vaporwave music and art, and classical rhetoric. He was born and raised in Philadelphia, and earned his Bachelor of Arts degrees in English and Italian from Temple University. His writing can be found in the Fall 2015 issue of Reflections: Public Rhetoric, Civic Writing, and Service Learning, and in Barclay Barrios’s “Emerging, A Blog,” part ofthe Bedford Bits series of blogs.


Visual Literacy, Rhetoric, and Design at the Graduate Level: Preparing Graduate Teaching Assistants to Teach Visual Literacy
Jeffrey Robert Galin, Haley Swartz, Marianna Gleyzer, Rachel Copley, Nicholas Mennona Marino. © 2018. 22 pages.
While much has been written about visual literacy and multimodal teaching, almost nothing has been published on preparing instructors and graduate teaching assistants to provide...