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Dr. Richard Boyd (Ph.D., English and American Literature, University of California, San Diego) is an Associate Professor and the Undergraduate Adviser for RWS. He served as the Director of Composition at University of California, Riverside, since 1992. His primary scholarly interests are the history of composition theory and pedagogy, and he has published in the Journal of Advanced Composition, Rhetoric Review and others. Dr. Boyd's articles have been anthologized in The Theory and Practice of Grading Writing: Problems and Possibilities (eds. Z. and C. Weaver. SUNY Press, 1996) and The Place of Grammar Instruction in Writing Instruction: Past, Present and Future (eds. R. Wallace and S. Hunter. Portsmouth: Boynton/Cook, 1995). He has also published articles on nineteenth-century American literature.