2020 Faculty Publication
Adler-Kassner, Linda and Elizabeth Wardle. (Re)Considering What We Know: Learning Thresholds in Writing and Literacy. Utah State University Press/U Press of Colorado, 2020
Alexander, Jonathan; Lunsford, Karen J.; & Whithaus, Carl. (2020). Affect and wayfinding in writing after college. College English, 82(6), 563-590.
Alexander, Jonathan; Lunsford, Karen J.; & Whithaus, Carl. "Toward Wayfinding: A Metaphor for Understanding Writing Experiences." Written Communication Vol 37, no. 1 (2020), pp. 104-131.
Brown, Kara Mae (2020). Sun Salutation. Plainsongs. Summer 2020.
Coklin, Ljiljana. "Institutional Support and the Impact of the Raab Writing Fellows Program at UCSB.” The Naylor Report on Undergraduate Research in Writing Studies. Parlor Press, 2020. 184-6.
DelliCarpini, D., Mattison, M., Efthymiou, A., Cutrufello, G., Grue, M. (April 2020). Institutional support. In DelliCarpini, D., Fishman, J., & Greer, J. (Eds.) The Naylor Report. Parlor Press.
Frank. Daniel. "Falling/Flying
." Textshop Experiments: Pedagogy Pop Up
, vol. 7 no. 5, 2020.
Grue, M. (April 2020). Institutional Support for Emerging Scholars in Undergraduate Research in Writing Studies. In DelliCarpini, D., Fishman, J., & Greer, J. (Eds.) The Naylor Report. Parlor Press.
Mena, P., Barbe, D., & Chan-Olmsted, S. (2020). Misinformation on Instagram
: The impact of trusted endorsements on message credibility. Social Media + Society, 6(2), 1-9.
Samuels, Robert. Zizek and the Rhetorical Unconscious. Springer, 2020
Samuels, Robert. Teaching Writing, Rhetoric, and Reason at the Globalizing University. Routledge, 2020.
Sorapure, M., & Fauni, A. (2020). Teaching Dear Data.
Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy 25(1).
Vértiz, Vickie. "Stories in the Stream
: Third Annual Southeast L.A. River Arts Festival Goes Virtual." KCET’
s “Southland Sessions,” July 30, 2020.
Vértiz, Vickie. "Making Lovers of Friends
: My Bisexual Account Of Women Who Don’t Belong to Me." Autostraddle,
March 17, 2020.
2019 Faculty Publications
Adler-Kassner, Linda. "Designing for “More”: Writing’s Knowledge and Epistemologically Inclusive Teaching." The WAC Journal, vol. 30, 2019.
Brown, Kara Mae, et al. "Deconstructing Authority for Truly Collaborative Mentorship in Undergraduate Creative Writing." Mentoring Undergraduate Creative Scholarship, special issue of Perspectives on Undergraduate Research and Mentoring, vol. 8, no. 2, 2019.
Cotich, Craig. “Speak to Others As You Would Like Them to Speak to You.” Eds. Daniell Devoss & John Gallagher. Explanation Points: Publishing in Rhetoric and Composition Studies. UP of Colorado and Utah State UP, August 2019.
Fancher, Patricia. "TechnoFeminist Design
" Special Issue: TechnoFeminism: (Re)Generations and Intersectional Futures, Eds Dànielle Nicole DeVoss, Angela Haas, & Jackie Rhodes Computers and Composition Online
. March 2019
Frank, Daniel; Jabeen, Firasat; Ozyesilpinar, Eda; Wood, Joshua; & Riggs, Nathan. "Collaboration and/against Copyright:
Notes Home from the Information Technology Revolution's Battlefield." Ownership, Authorship, & Copyright [Special Issue], Eds. Karen J. Lunsford, John Logie, & TyAnna Herrington, Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology and Pedagogy
, vol. 24., no. 1. Fall 2019.
Grue, M. (2019). An Afrofuturistic vehicle for literacy instruction. Journal of College Reading and Learning.
Kirsch, Gesa & Patricia Fancher “Social Networks as a Powerful Force for Change: Women in the History of Medicine and Computing.” Remembering Women. Ed. Lynee Lewis Gaillet & Helen Gaillet. University of South Carolina Press, 2019.
Lunsford, Karen J., and James P. Purdy. The Effects of Intellectual Property Law in Writing Studies: Ethics, Sponsors, and Academic Knowledge-Making. Routledge, 2019.
Lunsford, Karen J; Logie, John; & Herrington, TyAnna; with Carlos, Erika B. (Designer), "CoverWeb: Introduction, A Copyleft Manifesto, In Memory of Ty Herrington
." Ownership, Authorship, & Copyright [Special Issue], Eds. Karen J. Lunsford, John Logie, & TyAnna Herrington, Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology and Pedgagogy
, vol. 24., no. 1. Fall 2019.
Lunsford, Karen J.; Purdy, James P.; & Carlos, Erika B. "Mapping the IP Landscape
: Reflections on Ownership, Authorship, & Copyright for Writing Instruction." Ownership, Authorship, & Copyright [Special Issue], Eds. Karen J. Lunsford, John Logie, & TyAnna Herrington, Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology and Pedagogy
, vol. 24., no. 1. Fall 2019.
Mena, P. (2019). Cleaning Up Social Media
: The Effect of Warning Labels on Likelihood of Sharing False News on Facebook. Policy & Internet.
Sorapure, Madeleine. "Text, Image, Data, Interaction: Understanding Information Visualization." Computers and Composition 54 (2019): 102519.
Thorndike-Breeze, Rebecca, Aaron Block, and Kara Mae Brown. "Entering the Multiverse: Using Comics to Experiment with Multimodality, Multigenres, and Multiliteracies." Bridging the Multimodal Gap: From Theory to Practice. Eds. Santosh Khadka and J.C. Lee. Utah State University Press, 2019.
2018 Faculty Publications
Brown, Kara Mae. "Criticism or Community? Breaking the Binary Thinking in Online Writing Classes." The Proceedings of the Annual Computers and Writing Conference 2016-2017. 48-51.
Converse, C.W. (2018). Pre-Sentence: Researching, Reporting, and Writing. In M.D. Goggin & P.N. Goggin (Eds.) Serendipity in Rhetoric, Writing, and Literacy Research (pp. 70-79). University Press of Colorado.
Elion, Leigh. “Teaching in an Emergency: Writing Centers, Wildfires, and What I Take With Me.” Another Word: From the Writing Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. January 22, 2018.
Fancher, Patricia & Josh Mehler “The Oral History of Isla Vista Archive: Using Soundwriting to Tell Digital Microhistories” Soundwriting Pedagogies. Ed. Courtney Danforth Micheal Farris and Kyle Stedman. Computers and Composition Digital Press, 2018
Fancher, Patricia. “Tropes of Feminine AI” Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collective Blog, April 11, 2018.
Fancher, Patricia & Ellen O’Connell Whittet. “Misogyny in the Classroom: Two Women Lecturer’s Stories.” Composition Studies, vol. 46 no. 2, 2018.
Kruvand, M. (2018). Journalists, Expert Sources and Ethical Issues in Science Communication. In S. Priest, J. Goodwin & M. F. Dahlstrom (eds.), Ethics and Practice in Science Communication, pp. 136-154. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
Kryder, Elizabeth. "Family-Friendly Corporation," "Public Relations Ethics," "Reputation Management," "Social Audits," "Supply Chain Sustainability." Encyclopedia of Business Ethics and Society. 2nd ed. Editor Robert W. Kolb. Sage Publications. 2018
Moore, Kevin C. Review of Whole Earth Field Guide, ed Caroline Maniaque-Benton. MAKE Productions. 2 Jan 2018.
Propen, Amy D. "Going Bananas Over Copyright: Monkey Selfies and the Intersections of Rhetoric, Intellectual Property, and Animal Studies." A Publication of the Intellectual Property Standing Group of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. 2018.
Propen, Amy D. Visualizing Posthuman Conservation in the Age of the Anthropocene. The Ohio State University Press, 2018.
2017 Faculty Publications
Brown, Kara. "The Text is in the Context: Calling for a Social Turn in Creative Writing Pedagogy." Wisconsin English Journal, Vol. 59, No 1-2, 2017. www.wejournal.wordpress.com
Coklin, Ljiljana. “I.17: Redefining Narrative Writing as a Strategy for Action.” Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology and Pedagogy Winter 2017.
Donelan, James. “Review of Kutter Callaway, Scoring Transcendence: Contemporary Film Music as Religious Experience” Religion & the Arts 21:1/2 (2017) 271-273
Fancher, Patricia. "Embodying Turing’s Machine: Queer, Embodied Rhetorics in the History of Digital Computation." Rhetoric Review (2017): 1-15.
Moore, Kevin. ”Three Days Before the Shooting." Writing on the Edge 27.2 (Spring 2017). 29-35. [Previously published in Souciant. 17 Jun. 2014.]
Propen, Amy D. and Mary Lay Schuster. Rhetoric and Communication Perspectives on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault: Policy and Protocol Through Discourse. Routledge Studies in Technical Communication, Rhetoric, and Culture, 2017.
Samuels, Robert. Psychoanalyzing the Politics of the New Brain Sciences. Springer, 2017.
Samuels, Robert. Educating Inequality: Beyond the Political Myths of Higher Education and the Job Market. Taylor & Francis, 2017.
Steffen, Heather. “Inventing Our University: Student-Faculty Collaboration in Critical University Studies.” Radical Teacher, vol. 108 (Teaching Critical University Studies, ed. Bob Samuels), 2017.
Steffen, Heather with Chelsea Brandwein, Nastacia Schmoll, and Erika Carlos. “Getting to Graduation.
” Los Angeles Review of Books Blog
(BLARB), 9 September 2017.
Steffen. Heather with Christopher Newfield. “Metrics Noir.” Los Angeles Review of Books, 11 October 2017.
2016 Faculty Publications
Donelan, James. “Review of Lisa Feuerzeig, Schubert’s Lieder and the Philosophy of Early German Romanticism and Peter Franklin, Reclaiming Late-Romantic Music: Singing Devils and Distant Sounds” European Romantic Review 27:4 (2016) 532-537
---, “Review of Wayne Deakin, Hegel and the English Romantic Tradition”
Review of English Studies 67 :278 (2016) 182-184
Hirsch, Sarah. “Visual, Online, and Geographic Spaces: Places for Social Action.” CCCC Session Review. Kairos: Rhetoric, Technology and Pedagogy. Spring 2016
Mizrahi, Janet. Writing for Public Relations: A Practical Guide for Professionals. Business Expert Press, 2016.
Moore, Kevin. "Ethics and Ingenuity: Creative Engagements of Ethical Dilemmas in the Engineering Writing Classroom." Creative Ways of Knowing in Engineering. Diana Bairaktarova and Michele Eodice, eds. Berlin: Springer, 2016. 197-218.
2015 Faculty Publications
Adler-Kassner, Linda and Elizabeth Wardle, eds. Naming What We Know: Threshold Concepts in Writing Studies. Utah State UP, 2015.
Coklin, Ljiljana. “Migrations of Trauma Memory: Psychoanalysis, Immigration, and Memoir Writing.” Genre 35 (2015): 69-81.
Hirsch, Sarah. “Topographical Ghosts: The Archival Architecture of Old New Orleans.” Essay Collection, Undead Souths: The Gothic and Beyond in Southern Literature and Culture. Louisiana State University Press. Fall 2015
—, “Specters of Slavery and the Corporeal Materiality of Resurrection in George Washington Cable’s The Grandissimes and Octavia Butler’s Kindred.” The South Carolina Review. Themed Issue, The Spectral South. Spring 2015
Mizrahi, Janet. Writing for the Workplace: Business Comunication for Professionals. Business Expert Press, 2015.
Moore, Kevin. "Hawthorne's Doctor Experiments: Medicine, Risk Culture, and the Development of Psychological Realism." Co-authored with Inna Blyakhman. A Passion for Getting It Right: Essays and Appreciations in Honor of Michael J. Colacurcio's 50 Years of Teaching. Carol Bensick, ed. New York: Peter Lang, 2015. 11-38.
Johnson, Jennifer. “Being a Teacher and Being a Student: Living in Two Worlds at Once.” What We Wish We’d Known: Negotiating Graduate School. Ryan Skinnel, Judy Holiday, Christine Vassett, and Thomas Skeen, eds. Southlake, TX: Fountainhead Press. 2015.
Propen, Amy D. “Open Data, Environmental Conservation, and the Digital Humanities: Mapping the Mangroves.” The CCCC-IP Annual. Web. June 2015.
---, Schuster, Mary Lay and Amy D. Propen. “Expanding Our Understanding of Kairos: Tracing Moral Panic and Risk Perception in the Debate over the Minnesota Sex Offender Program.” Journal of Technical Writing and Communication. 45.1 (2015): 3-30.
Sorapure, Madeleine. "Autobiography Scholarship 2.0?: Understanding New Forms of Online Life Writing." Biography 38.2 (2015): 267-272.
2014 Faculty Publications
Adler-Kassner, Linda. "Liberal Learning, Professional Training, and Disciplnarity in the Age of Educational 'Reform': Remodeling General Education." College English 76.5 (May 2014): 436-457.
---, “What is Working from Principle?” A Rhetoric for WPAs, ed. Rita Malenczyk. Parlor Press, 2014.
Moore, Kevin C. Review of Ralph Ellison and the Genius of America, by Timothy Parrish. MAKE Productions. 11 Sept. 2014.
---, Review of Theorizing Histories of Rhetoric, ed. Michelle Ballif. Composition Studies 42.1 (Spring 2014). 149-152.
Propen, Amy. Eds. Design, Mediation, and the Posthuman. Edited by Dennis Weiss, Amy D. Propen, and Colbey Reid. Lexington Books Series in Postphenomenology and the Philosophy of Technology, 2014.
2013 Faculty Publications
Donelan, James. “Review of Jessica K. Quillin, Shelley and the Musico-poetics of Romanticism” Review of English Studies 64:267 (2013) 902-3.
Lunsford, Karen J. (Ed.). (2013). Editor's introduction and special issue on Multimodal Research Within/Across/Without Borders. Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, 17(3).
Moore, Kevin. “Parting at the Windmills: Malamud’s ‘The Fixer’ as Historical Metafiction.” Arizona Quarterly 69.1 (Spring 2013). 91-118.
Mizrahi, Janet. Web Content: A Writer’s Guide. Business Expert Press, 2013.
2012 Faculty Publications
Adler-Kassner, Linda. “The Companies We Keep or The Companies We Would Like to Keep: Strategies and Tactics in Challenging Times.” WPA Journal 36.1 (Fall/Winter 2012): 119-140.
Adler-Kassner, Linda, John Majewski, and Damian Koshnick. “The Value of Troublesome Knowledge: Threshold Concepts in Writing and History.” Composition Forum 26 (Fall 2012).
Bazerman, Charles; Dean, Chris; Early, Jessie; Lunsford, Karen J.; Null, Suzie; Rogers, Paul; & Stansell, Amanda. (Eds.). (2012). International advances in writing research: Cultures, places, measures. Parlor Press & the WAC Clearinghouse. [Bazerman lead author, then MLA author order]
Converse, C.W. (2012, December 8). It's not just the facts, ma'am. [Special issue on Writing Across the Secondary School Curriculum] Across the Disciplines, 9(3).
Converse, CW (2012). Unpoetic justice: Ideology and the individual in the genre of the presentence investigation. Journal of Business and Technical Communication 26(4): 442-478.
Dean, Christopher and Doug Bradley. Terra Incognita: Researching the Weird. Kendall Hunt, 2012.
Lunsford, Karen J. (2012). Conducting writing research internationally. In Lee Nickoson & Mary P. Sheridan (Eds.), Writing studies research in practice: Methods and methodologies (pp. 220-230). Southern Illinois University Press.