Research

{ Peer-Reviewed Scholarship, Published and Forthcoming }

As Editor

The Rhetoric of Participation: Interrogating Commonplaces in and Beyond the Classroom. Edited with Dr. Paige Banaji, Dr. Lisa Blankenship, and Katherine DeLuca. Book Proposal accepted by Computers and Composition Digital Press. (Publication forthcoming, 2018.)

Articles and Book Chapters

“Curating Student Voices on Participation in the Writing Classroom.” Chapter in The Rhetoric of Participation: Interrogating Commonplaces in and Beyond the Classroom. Forthcoming from Computers and Composition Digital Press, 2018.

 “Introduction to The Rhetoric of Participation.” (C0-Authored with Paige Banaji, Lisa Blankenship, and Katherine DeLuca) Chapter in The Rhetoric of Participation: Interrogating Commonplaces in and Beyond the Classroom. Forthcoming from Computers and Composition Digital Press, 2018.

“Passageways and Betweenity: A Brenda Jo Brueggemann Retrospective.” (Co-authored with Dr. Elizabeth Brewer.) .” Composition Forum (The Future of Disability Studies Special Issue). Forthcoming, Summer/Fall 2018.

“Public Rhetoric in the Shadow of Ferguson: Co-Creating Rhetorical Theory in the Community and the Classroom.” Composition Forum (Public Writing Special Issue). Summer/Fall 2017.

  • This article is open access and available HERE.

“Mad Women on Display: Practices of Public Rhetoric at the Glore Psychiatric Museum.” (Lead author; with co-author Dr. Madaline Walter.) Reflections: A Journal of Public Rhetoric, Civic Writing, and Service Learning (Disability Studies Special Issue). December 2014.

  • View video preview of “Mad Women on Display” HERE.

“Moving from the ‘One and Done’ to a Culture of Collaboration: A (Re)Theorization of Professional Development for TAs.(Lead author; with co-authors Elizabeth Brewer & Kay Halasek.) WPA: Journal of the Council of Writing Program Administrators. Fall 2015.

{ Peer-Reviewed Scholarship, Under Review and In-Progress }

Book Project

“Revising Rhetorical Education: Museums and Pedagogy.” Manuscript  Completed/ Queries Sent to University Presses.

 Articles & Essays

“An Academic Birth Story: Pregnancy and Motherhood as Embodied Rhetoric.” Chapter proposal submitted/under review for Our Body of Work: Embodied Teaching and Administration in Writing Studies (Eds. Anna Sicari and Melissa Nicolas).

“ ‘Assurance that the world holds far more good than bad’: The Pedagogy of Memory at the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum.” Revision-in-Progress.

“Integrating Disability Studies into Graduate Education in English.” Article-in-Progress targeted for College English or Disability Studies Quarterly.

{ Recent Presentations }

“An Academic Birth Story: Pregnancy and Motherhood as Embodied Rhetoric.” Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s) Conference, Dayton, OH, October 2017.

“Rhetoric and Engagement in the Shadow of Ferguson.” Rhetoric Society of America Conference, Atlanta, GA, May 2016.

“Transforming Graduate Education.” Conference on College Composition and Communication Convention. Houston, TX, March 2016.

“In the Shadow of Ferguson.” Conference on Community Writing. Boulder, CO, October 2015.

Participant in Rhetoric Society of America’s Biennial Summer Institute, workshop on Spatial Rhetorics, Madison, WI, June 2015.

“Disrupting the Kairotic Space of the Graduate Seminar.” Conference on College Composition and Communication Convention. Tampa, FL, March 2015.

“Expanding the Canon of Memory: A Case Study of the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum.” Rhetoric Society of America Conference, San Antonio, TX, May 2014.

“From the Museum to the Writing Classroom: Connecting Public and Academic Pedagogies.” Conference on College Composition and Communication Convention. Indianapolis, IN, March 2014.

“Revising Rhetorical Education: Collective Rhetoric at History Museums.” Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s) Conference, Palo Alto, CA, September 2013.

“Cotton Candy or Peanuts: Assessing the Needs of GTAs.” Writing Program Administrators Conference, Savannah, GA, July 2013.

 

 


 

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