, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, expected June 2013•Primary area: Rhetoric and Composition•Specializations: Professional and Technical Writing; Online and Digital Education; Writing Program Administration•Dissertation:
Dead Man’s Switch: Nonhuman Stakeholders and the Vibrant Rhetorics of Ecological Disasters
•Committee: Carl Herndl, director; Joseph Moxley; Marc Santos; Meredith Zoetewey
, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON (Canada), June 2009•Primary area: Rhetoric and Composition•Secondary area: Eighteenth-Century British Literature•Director: Dale Jacobs
, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON (Canada), June 2007
Graduate Teaching Associate
, University of South Florida, 2009 - present
, University of Windsor, 2007
PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS
“The (Re)Naturalization of Margaret Cavendish.”
Spectacle, Sex, and Property in Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture
. Eds. Julie Chappell and Kamille Stone Stanton. New York: AMSPress, Inc. Forthcoming Spring 2013.“Dwelling in the ‘Ruins’: Metaphors of Consumerism in the Writing Classroom.” (Revise andresubmit).
Writing on the Edge
.“Digitizing Dewey: Blogging an Ethic of Community.”
Computers and Composition Online
. SpecialIssue: Ethics in a Digital Age. Fall 2011. Web. 26pp.
Rhetorically Rethinking Usability: Theories, Practices, and Methodologies
, Eds. Susan Miller-Cochran and Rochelle L. Rodrigo.”
Computers and Composition
28.2 (2011): 175-9.
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