January 20, 2005
Henry Jankiewicz Introduction
I've been a part-time instructor at S.U. on and off since the 1970s, but have remained since the start of the current program in 1986. I matriculated as a part-time Composition and Cultural Rhetoric doctoral student in 2000 and I'm back to course work after a delay of several years. My past research interests have included writing with technology and WAC. I'm interested now in rhetorical theory and criticism, primarily as it would apply to the discourse of drugs and drug use. I'm thinking this would be a good synthesis of work I have done over the years on several editions of Drugs and Human Behavior, a textbook on psychopharmacology and neuroscience I have co-authored with Tibor Palfai, a professor in the psychology department here. In my fourth life, outside of student, teacher, and writer, I'm a fiddle player and very active in the Syracuse acoustic music community.
Posted by hjjankie at January 20, 2005 04:18 PM
Henry! It was *YOU* I saw at a bluegrass gig at the Brewerton library last summer! It was awesome. I forgot about that.
If you know someone who gives banjo lessons, I'm in the market for a teacher. For real.
Posted by: madeline at January 20, 2005 09:13 PM