Todd D. Snyder

Associate Professor of English

Phone: (518) 783‑4251
Email: tdsnyder@siena.edu

Todd D. Snyder

Degrees:

Ph.D. Rhetoric and Composition Ohio University
M.A. English Marshall University
B.A. English Marshall University

Professional Experience:

Assistant Professor of English Siena College 2011 - Now
Graduate Teaching Associate Ohio University 2006 - 2011
Graduate Teaching Associate Marshall University 2004 - 2006

The Webster County Blues: An Exploration of the Educational Attitudes of a Poor Appalachian Community
Community Literacy Journal, vol. 2
Fall, 2007
 
category: Research
The Working Class Studies Association, 2012
 
category: Teaching
Ohio University, 2009
 
category: Research
Marshall University, 2006
 
category: Teaching
Marshall University, 2006
The Oxford Handbook of Hip-Hop Studies
2016
Re-Reading Appalachia
University of Kentucky Press
2015
The Rhetoric of Appalachian Identity.
McFarland
ISBN: 0786478020
2014
Sounds of Resistance: The Role of Music in Multicultural Activism
Praegar
2013
Writing About Fighting: Rhetoric and Working-Class Appalachian Masculinity
2016
Conference on College Composition and Communication, Houston, Texas
"I Ain't No College Boy: Voices from Hip-Hop's Dirty South"
2015
Conference on College Composition and Communication, Tampa, Florida
The Rhetoric of Appalachian Identity -- Visiting Writer
2014
Sponsored by The Marshall University Visiting Writers Series, Huntington, West Virginia
The Rhetoric of Appalachian Identity -- Visiting Writer
2014
Sponsored by the Ohio University English Department, Athens, Ohio
The Rhetoric of Appalachian Identity -- Visiting Writer
2014
Sponsored by the Virginia Military Institute English Department, Lexington, Virginia
Spatial Rhetorics of Identity: Hip-Hop's Impact on Working-Class Appalachian College Students
March, 2014
Conference on College Composition and Communication, Indianapolis, Indiana
"Soundtrack to Hip-Hop Values: Family, Feminism, and Education."
March, 2014
Sponsored by Damietta Cross Cultural Center, Loudonville, New York
"Rhetoric(s) of the College Diploma: Acadmic Ethos in Rural Appalachia."
March, 2013
Conference on College Composition and Communication, Las Vegas, Nevada
Faces of Hip-Hop: A Discussion of Race and Identity
November, 2013
Sponsored by Damietta Cross Cultural Center, Loudonville, New York
"The Hillbilly as Rhetorical Myth: (Re)framing Appalachian Identity."
May, 2012
15th Biennial Rhetoric Society of America Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
"The Hillbilly Speaks of Rhetoric."
March, 2012
English Department Colloquium, Loudonville, New York
"College is Not a Fairytale: Re-Reading First-Year Writing."
March, 2012
Conference on College Composition and Communication, St. Louis, Missouri
"Barack Obama and the New Political Conversation with Hip-Hop Culture."
April, 2011
College English Association of Ohio – Spring Conference, Athens, Ohio
"Contesting Hillbilly Identity: Appalachia and the American Imagination."
April, 2011
Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, Georgia
"Writing with The Working Hands of Society: Critical-Rhetorical Inquiry and Localized Pedagogy."
October, 2010
Thomas R. Watson Conference on Rhetoric and Composition, Louisville, Kentucky
"Appalachian Culture and Rhetoric-Based Learning: New Horizons on the Critical Pedagogy Landscape."
April, 2010
College English Association of Ohio – Spring Conference, Columbus, Ohio
"Writing Identity: Rhetoric(s) of Appalachian Lives."
March, 2010
Conference on College Composition and Communication, Louisville, Kentucky
"Digital Rhetoric: Unlocking Hip-Hop Literacy's Potential in the Composition Classroom"
April, 2009
The Ohio State University Expanding Literacy Studies Conference, Columbus, Ohio
"Making 'Invisible Administrators' Visible: (Re) Designing the GSA Position"
March, 2009
College English Association Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
"The Rhetoric of Hip-Hop Culture: (Re) Defining Text in the Composition Classroom"
October, 2008
Thomas R. Watson Conference on Rhetoric and Composition, Louisville, Kentucky
"Bad People use Bad Grammar: How Students Respond to Student Error"
April, 2008
College English Association of Ohio – Spring Conference, Columbus, Ohio
"The Hillbilly Speaks of Rhetoric: Negotiating Identity in the Introductory Composition Classroom":
April, 2007
College English Association of Ohio – Spring Conference, Columbus, Ohio
"The Webster County Blues: An Exploration of the Educational Attitudes of a Poor Appalachian Community":
October, 2006
Thomas R. Watson Conference on Rhetoric and Composition, Louisville, Kentucky