Caelyn Randall

Rhetoric, Politics, and Culture

Teaching Assistant


6053 Vilas Hall

Caelyn Randall

Expertise and Activities

Their research focuses on how race and disability are constructed through processes of criminalization.


  • M.A. Communication Arts, UW- Madison, 2017
  • M.A. Religious Studies, Union Theological Seminary, 2015
  • B.A. Philosophy, Loyola University Chicago, 2011


  • Early Excellence in Teaching Award, UW-Madison, 2018
  • Mellon Morgridge Graduate Fellow, UW- Madison, 2017
  • Communication B Course Fellow, The Writing Center, UW- Madison, 2017
  • Helen K. Herman Memorial Fund Scholarship, Department of Communication Arts, UW- Madison, 2017


  • CA 100: Introduction to Public Speaking
  • CA 262: Argument and Debate
  • CA 372: African American Rhetoric
  • CA 472: Rhetoric and Technology