Research

Book

Re/Orienting Writing Studies: Queer Methods, Queer Projects. Co-edited with William Banks and Matthew Cox.  (Forthcoming 2018, Utah State Press).

 

Articles

“Interview Practices as Accessibility: The Academic Job Market.” Composition Forum. Special Issue: Doing Composition in the Presence of Disability (Forthcoming 2018).

“Messy Methods: Queer Methodological Approaches to Researching Social Media.” Computers and Composition. Vol. 40, Issue 1 (June 2016): 60-72. [pdf]

“e. pluribus plures: DMAC and its Keywords.” With Stephanie Vie, Casey Boyle, Lisa Blankenship, Melanie Yergeau, Christian Smith, Laura Micciche, Janine Morris. Computers and Composition 36 (2015). [pdf]


“Toward an Economy of Activist Literacies in Composition Studies: Possibilities for Political Disruption.” With Justin Jory. Literacy in Composition Studies. Vol 3.1. Special Issue: The New Activism (2015). [.pdf]

“Reaching the Profession: The Locations of the Rhetoric and Composition Job Market.” College Composition and Communication. Vol. 65, Number 1. Special Issue: The Profession (2013). [.pdf]

Embedded in Business: Composing a Curricular Circle.” With Kate Ronald, Abby Dubisar, and Denise Landrum. Composition Forum. Vol. 30 (2015). 

Confessions of a Techno-Rhetorician.” Computers and Composition Online. Special Issue: Deploying 21st Century Writing on the Economic Frontlines (2013).

“(Re)Tweeting in the Service of Activism: Digital Composition and Circulation in the Occupy Wall Street Movement.” With Joel Penney. New Media and Society. Vol. 15 No. 3 (2013). [.pdf]

“Inventing the Election: Civic Participation and Presidential Candidates’  Websites.” Computers and Composition. Vol. 25, Issue 4 (2008): 416-431. [.pdf]

Writing Oneself, Writing the Presidential Election.First Monday. Vol. 13, Number 2-4 (2008). Online.

 

 Book Chapters

“On Queering Professional Writing.” With Matt Cox. Re/Orienting Writing Studies: Queer Methods, Queer Projects. Co-edited with Will Banks and Matt Cox. (Forthcoming 2018, Utah State Press).

“Hashtag Activism: The Promise and Risk of “Attention.” Social Writing/Social Media: Pedagogy, Presentation, and Publics. Stephanie Vie and Douglas Walls, eds. WAC Clearinghouse: Perspectives on Writing. 2017. [online]

 

Reviews

Review of The Locations of Composition. Christopher J. Keller and Christian R. Weisser, eds. Pedagogy, Volume 9.2 (2009). [.pdf]

Review of Appeals in Modern Rhetoric: An Ordinary Language Approach by M. Jimmie Killingsworth. Composition Forum, Volume 17 (Spring 2007).

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