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Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae

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Washington State University, Tri-Cities
2710 Crimson Way
Richland, WA 99354-1671
phone: 509/372-7182
fax: 509/372-7118
andrea_davis@tricity.wsu.edu
 
www.digitalcelt.com
Research Précis
My scholarship demonstrates a commitmentto focused interdisciplinary engagement acrosscultural rhetorics, digital rhetorics, composition,and administration. I weave these strands of my scholarship together under the rhetoric of storytelling.Storytelling, for me, is a rhetorical-materialdiscursive formation that uses and/or producesculturally relevant codes. In this sense, it is anembodied rhetoric in which the “particularities of linguistic culture, historical moment, and socialresponsibility” become explicit through varioussemiotic modes of expression (Kates, 1997, p. 61).Stories are the accumulation of situated knowledge
that shape, inuence, and produce identity and 
representation (Maracle, 1994).Thus, my research applies a combined CulturalStudies and Rhetorical Studies approach tocontemporary media examples as well those found in archival records in order to rhetorically analyzerelationships between the cultural construction of identity and the ways in which various cultures and individuals are represented through textual, digital,and material media.
“...storytellers do not represent the world; they call forth worlds that can be inhabited and that  generate new stories.” 
~ John D. Niles
 Assistant Professor of Rhetoric & Composition
education 
PhD in Rhetoric & Writing
Michigan State University — 2009
D
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hetoRics
& P
Rofessional
W
Riting
c
ultuRal
R
hetoRics
Committee: Malea Powell (chair), Julie Lindquist,Dànielle Nicole DeVoss, Dean RehbergerDissertation:
Media Praxis: Reading Cultural Institutions
MA in English
California State University, San Bernardino — 2005
c
omPosition
Director: Jacqueline RhodesCombined thesis:
The Literacy Event Horizon: Examining Orality and Literacy in Leslie Marmon Silko’s
Ceremony
MA in English
California State University, San Bernardino — 2005
t
eaching
e
nglish
 
as
 
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anguage
Director: Sunny HyonCombined thesis:
The Literacy Event Horizon: Examining Orality and Literacy in Leslie Marmon Silko’s
Ceremony
BA in English Literature
California State University, San Bernardino — 2001
Cum Laude
— departmental honors:
Shakespeare: The Authorship Question
Scholarship Key Words:
stoRytelling
iDentity
&
RePResentation
emboDieD
 
RhetoRics
 
multimeDia
/
multimoDal
 
comPosition
sPace
&
Place
aDministRation
&
mentoRing
Pedagogy Key Words:
cultuRal
&
Digital
 
RhetoRics
 
histoRy
 
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theoRies
 
of
 
RhetoRic
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PRofessional
 
WRiting
comPosition
teaching
 
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technology
 
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 Andréa D. Davis
 
Washington State University, Tri-Cities2710 Crimson WayRichland, WA 99354-1671 phone: 509/372-7182fax: 509/372-7118andrea_davis@tricity.wsu.eduwww.digitalcelt.com
academic appointments 
Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Composition
Washington State University — 2009 - present
D
ePaRtment
 
of
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WPa
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)
In addition to my administrative role, I teach graduate level courses in Rhetoric & ProfessionalWriting; undergraduate level courses in Composition and in Rhetoric & Professional Writing;and undergraduate level courses in the Digital Technology and Culture Program. Teaching thesecourses includes curriculum development, text selection, schedule planning, syllabus preparation,and assignment design, as well as assessment and guidance. Additionally, I meet with students forindividual conferences on writing projects and design and implement critical peer review processes inclass. Most courses are taught in computer mediated environments.
Digital Writing Consultant 
Michigan State University — 2008 - 2009
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Riting
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Responsible for one-with-one consulting for digital/multimedia writing projects (i.e. websites, PowerPointpresentations, document design issues, etc); provided online consulting with the Department of Nursing; and developed, delivered, and participated in various workshops and presentations, includingwriting-across-the-curriculum and classroom support workshops such as the peer review process.
Graduate Teaching Assistant 
Michigan State University — 2004 - 2008
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Teacher of record for Tier I writing courses across a variety of course themes in the independent writingprogram at the freshman level. As teacher of record, I was solely responsible for the development of course syllabi and assignments, text selection, planning and scheduling, facilitating conferences and peer reviews, as well as assessment and guidance. All courses were taught in a computer mediated environment.
Graduate Teaching Assistant 
California State University, San Bernardino — 2003 - 2004
D
ePaRtment
 
of
e
nglish
The graduate TA position in the Master’s program was based on a competitive application process forone-year appointment teaching pre-college writing to English Language Learners as well as teachingFreshman Composition. As teacher of record, I was solely responsible for the development of coursesyllabi and assignments, planning and scheduling, facilitating conferences and peer reviews, as well asassessment and guidance.
Graduate Writing Consultant 
California State University, San Bernardino — 2002 - 2004
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Responsible for one-with-one consulting for both undergraduate and graduate students, assisting with bothpersonal and academic writing. Also responsible for planning and facilitating ESL conversation groupsand specialized in consulting with English Language Learners. Provided in-class workshops on thewriting process, peer review, and citation practices.
 
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 Andréa D. Davis
 
Washington State University, Tri-Cities2710 Crimson WayRichland, WA 99354-1671 phone: 509/372-7182fax: 509/372-7118andrea_davis@tricity.wsu.eduwww.digitalcelt.com
scholarship & publications 
E
ditEd
V
olumEs
Davis, A
. & Webb, S. (forthcoming 2013).
Metamorphosis: The Effects of Professional Development on GraduateStudents
. Fountainhead Press in the X Series on Professional Development.Eyman, D. &
Davis, A.
(manuscript in revision).
 Play/Write: Video Games and Writing Instruction.
[with interestfrom Parlor Press]
E
ditEd
J
ournals
Co-Editor. (2009-2012).
Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy
. Praxis Section. (Assistant Editorfrom 2006-2009).
B
ook
C
haptErs
Davis, A.
(manuscript in preparation - proposal accepted). “Trading Spaces: The Rhetoric of 
Reconguration,” in DeVoss, D.N. & Purdy, J. (Eds.)
Making Space: Writing Instruction, Infrastructure, andMultiliteracies.
 Davis, A. (manuscript in preparation - proposal accepted). “Home: I Write This Space,” in Brooks-Gillies, M.,Garcia, E., Lindquist, L & Webb, S. (Eds.)
Echoes of Home: Bringing Home to Work.
 
Davis, A.
(forthcoming 2013). “Introduction: Exigency and Unintended Consequences,” in
Davis, A.
&Webb, S. (Eds.)
Metamorphosis: The Effects of Professional Development on Graduate Students
. Fountainhead Press in the X Series on Professional Development.
Davis, A.
, DeVoss, D.N., Lackey, D. & Webb, S. (2010). “Remix, Play, and Remediation: Undertheorized Composing Practices,” in Urbanski, H. (Ed.)
Writing and the Digital Generation: Essays on New Media Rhetoric
.McFarland Press.
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-r
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rtiClEs
& w
EBtExts
Davis, A.
(under review). “Troping the Native Archive: Material Rhetorics and Storytelling from the HeyeCollection and the National Museum of the American Indian.” [under review at
 American Quarterly
]
Davis, A.
& Cozza, V. (manuscript in preparation - proposal accepted) “WAC/WID Campus Concerns:“Growing Pains” or Perspectives From a Small Branch Campus.” [under review with
 Across TheDisciplines
]
Davis, A.
& Lackey, D. (manuscript in preparation). “The Pedagogy Of Social Content Curation: WhatPiques Their Pinterest?” [with interest from
Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy
]
Davis, A.
(2011). “Growing Our Discipline: An Interview with Malea Powell.”
Composition Forum, 23( 
spring)2011.DigiRhet Research Collective. (2008). “old + old + old = new: a copyright manifesto for the digital world.”
Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, 12( 
3) [Special issue: Manifestos!].
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ssays
& w
EBtExts
Davis, A.
(2007). Review of Krista Ratcliffe’s
Rhetorical Listening: Identifcation, Gender, Whiteness
in the
 Journal of Business and Technical Communication
, 21:324-327.

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