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Daniel Richards

Department of English dprichar@odu.edu 757.683.4629 danielrichards.net Old Dominion University Batten Arts and Letters 4054 5115 Hampton Blvd. Norfolk, VA 23529

Education
University of South Florida, 20092013 Doctor of Philosophy, English, Rhetoric & Composition University of Windsor, 20032009 Master of Arts, English Language and Literature. Bachelor of Arts, English Language and Literature.

Academic Appointments
Old Dominion University, 2013present Assistant Professor of Technical and Professional Writing (tenure-track), Norfolk, VA University of South Florida, 20092013 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Tampa, FL University of Windsor, 20072009 Graduate Assistant, Windsor, Ontario, Canada

Publications
Articles, Chapters, and Webtexts Richards, Daniel (forthcoming). Reconstituting Causality: Accident Reports as Posthuman Documentation. Derek G. Ross (Ed). Hot Topics: Common Topics of Environmental Rhetoric. Collection under review.

Richards, Daniel (2013). The (Re)Naturalization of Margaret Cavendish. In Julie Chappell and Kamille Stone Stanton (Eds.), Spectacle, Sex, and Property in Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture. New York: AMS Press, Inc. Richards, Daniel (2011). Digitizing Dewey: Blogging an Ethic of Community. Computers and Composition Online, 26pp. Special Issue: Ethics in a Digital Age.
Textbooks Richards, Daniel & Kyle Stedman (2013). Copyright and Writing. Writing Commons. Web.

Richards, Daniel (2013). In-Class Peer Review. Writing Commons. Web.

Richards, Daniel (2013). Digital Ethics. In Joseph Moxley and Jennifer Yirinec (Eds.), Network, Collaborate, Compose: College Writing in the Digital Age. Tampa, FL: University of South Florida. EPUB. Richards, Daniel (2013). Strategies for Judging a Sources Credibility. In Joseph Moxley and Jennifer Yirinec (Eds.), Network, Collaborate, Compose: College Writing in the Digital Age. Tampa, FL: University of South Florida. EPUB. Lee, Kendra Gayle & Daniel Richards, Eds. (2010). College Composition: Making the Transition. Plymouth, MI: Hayden-McNeil. Custom textbook.
Reviews Richards, Daniel (2013). Review of Dmitri Stanchevicis Stalinist Genetics: The Constitutional Rhetoric of T.D. Lysenko. Technical Communication Quarterly, 22(4), 363-365.

Richards, Daniel (2011). Review of Susan Miller-Cochran, & Rochelle L. Rodrigos (Eds.) Rhetorically Rethinking Usability: Theories, Practices, and Methodologies. Computers and Composition, 28(2), 175-9.

Grants, Fellowships, and Scholarships


2014 $19,984, co-Primary Investigator with Megan McKittrick, Improving Disciplinary Writing Action Project. Improving Student Writing in the STEM Disciplines: A Faculty Learning Community. Sponsoring agency, Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), Old Dominion University. 2014 $6000, Primary Investigator, Summer Research Fellowship Program; sponsoring agency, O!ce of Research, Old Dominion University. Summer seed funding for a project titled, The Rhetorical Construction of Flood Risk in Hampton Roads. 2011 $250, Primary Investigator, Travel Grant; sponsoring agency, University of South Florida Department of English. 2010 $1000, Primary Investigator, Travel Grant; sponsoring agency, University of South Florida Graduate School. 2008 $17,500, Primary Investigator, Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS Masters Scholarships; sponsoring agency, Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada. Supported research in ecocomposition theory in writing classrooms at the University of Windsor.

Honors and Awards


2013 University of South Florida Provosts Award for Outstanding Teaching by a Graduate Teaching Assistant. Granted by the Academy for Teaching and Learning Excellence. One award granted per college.

2013 Dorothy Newman Linton Award for Academic Promise. Granted by the Department of English at the University of South Florida. 2012 Alma Bryant Award for Outstanding Graduate Student. Granted by the Department of English at the University of South Florida.

Conference Presentations
Richards, Daniel. Posthuman Epideixis: Moving Beyond the Blame Game in the Gulf Waters. Rhetoric Society of America. San Antonio, TX, 2014. Richards, Daniel. Composing Accident Reports in a Posthuman Age. Association of Teachers of Technical Writing Conference. Indianapolis, IN, 2014. Richards, Daniel. The Ethics of Habituation: Dewey and The Framework for Success in Postsecondary Writing. Proposed Panel Composing the Public (and its Problems): John Dewey and the Public Work of Rhetoric and Composition. Conference on College Composition and Communication. Las Vegas, NV, 2013. Richards, Daniel. Consubstantiality along the 49th: The Rhetorical History of Canadian (Anti-)Annexation Movements. Rhetoric Society of America. Philadelphia, PA, 2012. Richards, Daniel. Blogging Dewey: Pragmatism and the Creation of Social Action Online Communities. Computers and Writing. Ann Arbor, MI, 2011. Richards, Daniel. Dewey, Latour, and Why Ontology Matters to Teaching with Technology. Conference on College Composition and Communication. Research Network Forum. Atlanta, GA, 2011. Richards, Daniel. Metaphor in Ruins: Consumerism in the Writing Classroom. College English Association Conference. St. Petersburg, FL, 2011. Richards, Daniel. Negotiating the Negating: Isocrates Civic Educational Program and the Fundamentally Religious Scholar. Rhetoric Society of America. Minneapolis, MN, 2010. Mehler, Josh and Daniel Richards. Accessing the Active Potential of Metaphor: Restoring Lako" and Johnsons Metaphors We Live By. Conference on College Composition and Communication. Louisville, KY, 2010. Richards, Daniel. Exploring the Negotiations between Fundamental Religious and Secular Academic Discourse in the Writing Classroom. Expanding Literacy Studies. Columbus, OH, 2009. Mehler, Josh and Daniel Richards. Self-Reective Teaching: Building a Metaphorical Repertoire in the Classroom. Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Windsor, ON, 2008.

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Teaching
Graduate Teaching at Old Dominion University ENGL 895 Theories of Pragmatism ENGL 875 Teaching Professional and Technical Writing ENGL 815 Professional and Technical Writing Theories and Practices Undergraduate Teaching at Old Dominion University ENGL 334W Technical Writing ENGL 325 Introduction to Rhetorical Studies (Online Asynchronous) ENGL 307T Digital Writing Undergraduate Teaching at the University of South Florida ENC 3250 Professional Writing (Online Asynchronous) ENC 3250 Digital Ethics in Professional Writing Contexts ENC 3250 Social Media: Transforming Professional Communication Practices ENC 1101/2 First-Year Composition Undergraduate Teaching at the University of Windsor 26-100 Composition

Service
Profession Conference Program Selection Committee Association of Teachers of Technical Writing Conference, 2014

Senior Editor, Professional and Technical Communication Writing Commons, 2013 present
Old Dominion University Dissertation Committees Laura Paganucci; Wil LaVeist; Sarah Moseley; J. Eric Sentell.

Thesis/Portfolio Committees Melanie Barker, member; Tim Anderson, member; Rhoda St. Louis, member Standing Committees Media Park, 2013 present

Program Administration
Webmaster/Community Manager, First-Year Composition Program University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, 2010 2013 Collaborator, First-Year Composition Curriculum Development University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, 2010 2013

References
Dr. Carl Herndl, Professor Department of English University of South Florida 4202 East Fowler Ave, CPR 107 Tampa, FL 33620-5550 813.974.9557 cgh@usf.edu Dr. Joseph Moxley, Professor Director of Composition Department of English University of South Florida 4202 East Fowler Ave, CPR 107 Tampa, FL 33620-5550 813.974.9469 moxley@usf.edu Dr. Dale Jacobs, Associate Professor Department of English Language, Literature and Creative Writing University of Windsor 401 Sunset Avenue Windsor, ON (Canada) N9B 3P4 519.253.3000 ext.2309 djacobs@uwindsor.ca Dr. Meredith Zoetewey, Associate Professor Department of English University of South Florida 4202 East Fowler Ave, CPR 107 Tampa, FL 33620-5550 813.412.3304 zoetewey@usf.edu Dr. Marc Santos, Assistant Professor Department of English University of South Florida 4202 East Fowler Ave, CPR 107 Tampa, FL 33620-5550 617.435.1976 marcsantos@usf.edu