Recent Projects

Radiant Figures: Visual Rhetorics In Everyday Administrative Contexts

Radiant Figures: Visual Rhetorics in Everyday Administrative Contexts is an open access collection co-edited with Logan Bearden and Rachel Gramer. Respondents are now working on their accounts of distinctive paths among the twelve chapters (also undergoing advanced stage revisions).

Network Sense: Methods for Visualizing a Discipline

Network Sense: Methods for Visualizing a Discipline is an open access monograph available in print in September 2018 with Colorado State University Open Press's #writing Series.

Cross-Border Networks in Writing Studies

Cross-Border Networks in Writing Studies is a collaborative monograph on Canada-U.S. interdependencies (with Louise Phelps, Andrea Williams, and Jen Clary-Lemon), released in March 2017 by Inkshed/Parlor.

What's Next

In Spring 2020, I will be teaching ENGL6364: Research Design in Rhetoric and Writing, a course concerned with researchable questions, messiness and its alternatives, terminologies and ethics, and more.

In late October 2019, I am giving a talk ("When Disciplinary Things Fall Apart") and teaching workshop at University of Findlay and a talk ("Disciplinary Rustle, Phantasmagoria and Fugue") at Carnegie Mellon University.