Rebekah Greene

Brittain Fellow and Assistant Director for Assessment, Writing and Communication Program

Member Of:
  • School of Literature, Media, and Communication
  • Writing and Communication Program
Office Location:
006 Stephen C. Hall Building
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Teaching and Research Interests:

Dr. Rebekah Greene teaches LMC 3403 (Technical Communication) in sections that are affiliated with Georgia Tech's Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain (SLS). Greene puts her previous professional experience in small business development, banking, customer service, and training to work in her Technical Communication classrooms. Outside of the classroom, her research and publications examine Victorian literature through the lens of material culture theory, illuminating how Victorians thought about and engaged with the things that shaped their world. Greene's current research projects focus on the representation of material culture in Victorian literature, on the ways that Victorian influences still permeate today’s museums and their technical communications, and on pedagogical methods for introducing students to the literature and culture of the long nineteenth century.

Current Manuscript: 

Greene's current manuscript, Uncertain Treasure: Material Culture and the Scottish Adventure, considers the development of the adventure genre and the Scottish publishing industry in the long nineteenth century.

Service Highlights:

In addition to serving as the Writing and Communication Program's Assistant Director for Assessment (2017-present), Greene also chairs WCP's Assessment Committee (2017-present) and co-chairs the Technical Communication Committee (2018-present). In addition, she is a peer reviewer for Victorian Network and a bibliographer for the Research Society for Victorian Periodicals.

Fun Facts:

Greene is a native of western New York, misses the Great Lakes and snow, and has auditioned in person for Jeopardy! four times.

  • Ph.D, English, University of Rhode Island
  • M.A., English, University of Rochester
  • B.S., English, SUNY Brockport
  • A.S., Business Administration, Genesee Community College
Awards and
  • Recipient, Georgia Tech Center for Teaching and Learning Thank a Teacher Award, 2017, 2018
  • Finalist, Georgia Tech Writing and Communication Program Multimodal Teaching Excellence Award, 2018
  • Creativity Faculty Fellow, Bryant University, 2014-2016
  • Nominee, Worcester Polytechnic Institute Access-Friendly Faculty of the Year, 2014
Areas of
  • Adventure
  • Long Nineteenth Century
  • Material Culture Studies
  • Postcolonial Theory
  • Scottish Studies
  • Silent Film
  • Technical Communication
  • Victorian Literature And Culture
Research Fields:
  • Communication
  • Digital Humanities
  • Digital Media
  • Economic History
  • Literary and Cultural Studies
  • Media Studies
  • Australia/ New Zealand
  • Europe - United Kingdom
  • Creativity in Context
  • Digital Communication
  • Film History and Theory
  • History more generally
  • Language and Popular Culture
  • Literature
  • Migration
  • Modernity
  • Poetry
  • Post-Colonialism
  • Social Movements
  • Transportation
  • Usability
  • LMC-3403: Tech Communication