Richard LeDuc is a member of the core faculty in American Studies. His Integrated Thinking and Writing course (American Architecture and Culture) combines his interests in rhetoric, composition, and American architecture. In American Studies, he teaches courses on America in the 1950s and American culture in the global age, courses that reflect his interdisciplinary approach to teaching. Additional areas of study include Transcendentalism, early 20th century literature, art history, and popular culture. Currently, he is serving as a College Supervisor working with student teachers pursuing a career in teaching English. During his career, he has served as a writing consultant to secondary schools and as a speaker on the writing process.