Review of Reframing the Relational: A Pedagogical Ethic for Cross-Curricular

            Literacy Work. (2018). The WAC Journal, 29. 247-51.

  • In this article, I review Sandra L. Tarabochia's 2018 text on the challenges and rewards of working across disciplinary and professional boundaries. Read more...

“WAC and Transfer: Towards a Transdisciplinary View of Academic Writing.” (2018). Across the Disciplines, 15.3. 48-62.

  • In this article, I call for more direct collaboration between WAC/WID and transfer studies in Rhetoric and Composition. Working from an analysis of how these two areas coalesce in popular journals in the field, I argue that such collaboration can contribute more transdisciplinary approaches to teaching writing across the disciplines. Read more...

           

with Rebecca Moore Howard, Instructor’s Manual for Writing Matters, 3rd Edition. (2018). E-book, McGraw Hill.

  • This online Instructor's Manual accompanies Rebecca Moore Howard's handbook, Writing Matters. It includes sample activities, class discussion prompts, and suggested readings for Composition and WID courses.

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Review of Placing the History of College Writing: Stories from the Incomplete Archive. (2017). The WAC Journal, 28. 139-145.

  • In this article, I review Nathan Shepley's 2017 text on the importance of recovering non-traditional histories of academic writing. Read more... 

 

“Bang Your Head to the Beat of Non-Conformity.” (2017). Unity in Disparity: Cultural Connections to Metal. Mika Elovaara and Bryan Bardine, eds. 120-142.

  • In this chapter, I draw connections between the rhetorical strategies of the Beat poets of the 1950s and 60s and contemporary Heavy Metal musicians. From this comparison, I argue that these artistic movements engage in analogous forms of creative resistance. Read more...

 

Gender and Sexuality Columnist, The Daily Orange, Syracuse University, September 2017-May 2018.

  • In these bi-weekly opinion columns, I craft arguments about current events or issues pertaining to gender and sexuality in the central New York area or those in which college students and/or faculty are most impacted. Read more...