Catherine Gouge teaches courses in Rhetoric, the Writing of Health and Medicine, Professional Writing and Editing, Multimedia Writing, and Writing Pedagogy. Her current research explores textual and rhetorical practices in health and medicine.
- Rhetoric of Science, Technology, and Medicine
- Professional Writing and Editing
- Medical Humanities
- Writing Pedagogy
Special Issues Edited:
Wearable Rhetorics: Bodies, Cities, Collectives for Rhetoric Society Quarterly. Co-edited with John Jones, 46(3). April 2016.
Communication Design of Wearable Technologies in Health and Medicine for Communication Design Quarterly Review. Co-edited with John Jones, 5(4), December 2017.
- “Theory-Building in the Rhetoric of Health and Medicine” in Reinventing (with) Theory in Rhetoric and Writing Studies: Essays in Honor of Sharon Crowley. Eds. Judy Holiday, Andrea Alden, Kendall Gerdes, and Ryan Skinnell. Co-authored with J. Blake Scott. 2019.
- “‘The Inconvenience of Meeting You’: Rereading Non/compliance, Enabling Care” in Feminist Rhetorical Science Studies, Eds. Amanda K. Booher and Julie Jung, Southern Illinois UP. 2018.
- “‘No Single Path’: Making Sense of Patient Noncompliance” in Methodologies in the Rhetorics of Health and Medicine, Eds. Lisa Meloncon and Blake Scott, Routledge: 115-137. 2018.
- “‘Getting the Knowledge Right’: Patient Communication, Agency, and Knowledge” in the Journal of Medical Humanities. 39(4), 535-551. 2018
- “Wearable Technologies and Invention” in Rhetoric Review. 37(4), 421-433. Co-authored with John Jones. 2018.
- “Health Humanities Baccalaureate Programs and the Rhetoric of Health and Medicine” in Technical Communication Quarterly. 27(1), 21-32. 2017.