Conference Presentations (Selected)

International & National

“#contentstrategy: A Workplace Study of One Tech Startup’s Digital Communication Practices and Implications for Professional Writing Pedagogy.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Portland, Oregon. 15-18 March. 

 

“This Story Still Isn’t True: The Changing Sites of Rhetorical Narrative.” Rhetoric Society of America Conference. Atlanta, GA. 26-29 May.

“Three Ways In: Exploring Infographic Software for Teaching Visual Design in Professional Writing Contexts.” Computers and Writing Conference. Pullman, WA. 5-8 June 2014.

 

“(Re)Constituting Lived Realities: Complicating the Work of ‘Going Public.’” Conversation Starter. Council of Writing Program Administrators (CWPA) Conference. Savannah, GA. 18-22 July 2013.

 

“The Structure of Service: What is the Role of the Graduate Student Editor?” Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC). Las Vegas, NV. 14-16 March 2013.

 

“Curricular Mapping: Finding the Gaps.” Council of Writing Program Administrators (CWPA) Conference. Albuquerque, NM. 19 July 2012.

 

“New Media Publishing Practices: Overcoming Obstacles to Composing Scholarship in Digital Spaces.” Computers and Writing Conference. Raleigh, North Carolina. 19 May 2012.

 

“Networked Peer Review and Other Possibilities for the Future of the Book.” Computers and Writing Conference. Ann Arbor, Michigan. 20 May 2011.

 

“Heidegger's Enframing and Saving: A Heuristic for a Generative Pedagogy with Technology.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Research Network Forum. Atlanta, GA. 6 April 2011.

 

Regional

“Interactivity in Reading Practices: Past, Present, and Future.” New Directions Graduate Conference. University of Arizona. Tucson, AZ. 13-14 April 2012.

 

“‘Pity the Book: It’s Dead Again’: Historicizing Interactive Reading Practices.” Southwest Texas Popular Culture/American Culture Association (SW TX PC/ACA). Albuquerque, NM. February 2012.

 

“The Future of Digital Scholarship: Jenkins’ Participatory Culture Invites Possibilities for the Future of the Book.” New Directions Graduate Conference. University of Arizona. Tucson, AZ. 29 April 2011.

 

“The Rhetoric of Frances Willard: Aristotelian ‘Naturalness’ as Political Persuasion.” Semi-Annual English Graduate Organization Conference. University of North Florida. Jacksonville, FL. November 2009.

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