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.
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...