Ph.D.,Texas Christian University, 1991
History of Rhetoric, Composition Theory and Pedagogy, Archival Research Methodology
Lynée Lewis Gaillet, Distinguished University Professor of the English department at Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA, is author of numerous articles and book chapters addressing Scottish rhetoric, writing program administration, composition/rhetoric history and pedagogy, publishing matters, feminist research, and archival research methods. She is a recipient of a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Award and an International Society for the History of Rhetoric (ISHR) Fellowship. Her book projects include: Scottish Rhetoric and Its Influence (1998), Stories of Mentoring (2008), The Present State of Scholarship in the History of Rhetoric (2010), Scholarly Publication in a Changing Academic Landscape (2014), Publishing in Community: Case Studies for Contingent Faculty Collaborations (2015), Primary Research and Writing: People, Places, and Spaces (2016), On Archival Research (2016), Writing Center and Writing Program Collaborations (2017), Remembering Differently: Re-figuring Women’s Rhetorical Work (2019), and Composing in Four Acts (2019). Gaillet is a Past President of The Coalition of Feminist Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition, and Past Executive Director of the South Atlantic Modern Language Association. She is former Director of Lower Division Studies and the Writing Studio at GSU.
Composing in Four Acts: Readings for Writers. (Contributing Eds. Lynée Lewis Gaillet with Kristeen Cherney, Kristen Ruccio, and Nathan Wagner). Fountainhead Press. 2019.
Remembering Differently: Re-figuring Women’s Rhetorical Work. (Eds. Lynée Lewis Gaillet and Helen Bailey). 2019. University of South Carolina Press. https://www.sc.edu/uscpress/books/2019/7979.html
Writing Program and Writing Center Collaborations: Transcending Boundaries. (Eds. Alice Myatt and Lynée Lewis Gaillet). Palgrave McMillan. 2017.
Landmark Essays on Archival Research. (Eds. Lynée Lewis Gaillet, Diana Eidson, and Donald Gammill). Landmark Series. Eds. James Jerry Murphy and Krista Ratcliffe. Routledge. 2016.
Primary Research and Writing: People, Places, and Spaces. Co-Author Michelle Eble. Routledge. 2016.
Publishing in Community: Case Studies for Contingent Faculty Collaborations. Co-Editor Letizia Guglielmo. Palgrave Pivot. 2015.
Scholarly Publication in a Changing Academic Landscape: Models for Success. Co-Author Letizia Guglielmo). Palgrave Pivot. 2014.
Present State of Scholarship in the History of Rhetoric. Editor. 2nd ed. University of Missouri Press, 2010.
Stories of Mentoring: Research and Praxis. Co-Editor Michelle Eble. Parlor Press. 2008.
Scottish Rhetoric and Its Influences. Editor. Hermagoras Press/Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1998.