Peyton Lunzer

Lecturer for English and LeaRN

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Peyton Lunzer is a lecturer in English and the LeaRN Program. She has taught classes in composition and rhetoric, technical and professional writing, composition pedagogy, climate writing, and public speaking. She is currently working on her dissertation, “Stories We Call Home,” which uses ecocomposition and life writing practices to build pedagogy grounded in personal stories. Other writing and research interests include decolonial rhetorics, placemaking, affect, ethnography, and writing and teaching creative scholarship.


In progress: Ph.D., English with a concentration in Rhetoric, Indiana University 

M.A., English, University of Wyoming 

B.A., English, Regis University 

Recent and Upcoming Courses

First Year Seminar: Global Perspectives on Culture & Media 

Selected Awards

Culbertson Teaching Award, Indiana University Bloomington (2022) 

Virginia Gunderson Award, Indiana University Bloomington (2020) 

Ellbogen Outstanding Graduate Assistant Teaching Award, University of Wyoming (2017) 

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