Pete Rorabaugh completed both his Ph.D (American fiction and Rhet/Comp) and his M.Ed. (English Education) at GSU. He teaches rhetoric and composition classes at GSU, but also has experience teaching literary survey and analysis classes. Pete’s dissertation focuses on post-secular sermons in contemporary American novels and reflects his curiosity about the effects of postmodernity on the rhetoric of religious institutions and individual spirituality. He is studies the fiction of Cormac McCarthy, the Gnostic Gospels, and the Autobiography of Malcolm X. His classes are technologically engaged, harnessing his interest in social media, the digital humanities, and the strength of organic writing and editing in digital spaces.