Lindsay Moore, Ph.D. | Technical Communication

Lindsay Moore, Ph.D.

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Bio: Dr. Lindsay Moore is a continuing lecturer in the Department of Technical Communication at UNT, teaching freshman-level courses in Introduction to Science and Technical Writing and senior-level courses in Writing in the Sciences and Technical Procedures and Manuals.

Dr. Moore earned her PhD in English Literature from the University of North Texas in December 2015. Her dissertation "The Laureates' Len: The Development of Literary History and Literary Criticism from Beneath the Dunce Cap" won the Toulouse Dissertation Award in 2016. Dr. Moore additionally holds a Graduate Certificate in Teaching Technical Writing and a MA in English from UNT as well as a BA in English and Psychology with a minor in secondary education from Texas Tech University. Dr. Moore's literary research interests include the conception of literary history and literary criticism in the eighteenth-century, the parallel histories of the Poets Laureate and the rise of popular literature, the formation of the English canon, and the development of the literary marketplace. Dr. Moore's technical communication research interests include editing and error perception as well as using historical scientific writings as an exploration of scientific writing as scientific outreach. Dr. Moore enjoys yoga, reading, travelling, and spending time with her family and friends.

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