This page contains an abbreviated version of my CV. View my full CV here.
Assistant Professor, Writing Department, York University (2019-present)
Ph.D. in English, Composition and Rhetoric, University of Wisconsin-Madison (2019)
M.A. in English, Literary Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison (2014)
M.A. in English Literature, University of Alabama (2013)
B.A. in English, University of Alabama (2011)
“‘Feminist_brevity_in_light_of_masculine_long-windedness’: Code, Space, and Online Misogyny.” Feminist Media Studies, 18.4, July 2018, pp. 675–85.
Works in Progress
“Fully Human, Fully Machine: Rhetorics of Digital Disembodiment.” Article manuscript, 27 pp. Accepted.
“Research as Listening: Toward a Feminist Sonic Pedagogy,” co-authored with Meg M. Marquardt. Amplifying Soundwriting. Eds. Kyle D. Stedman, Courtney S. Danforth, and Michael J. Faris. Digital book chapter accepted for inclusion, collection under review.
Reviews and Short Publications
Review of Coding Literacy: How Computer Programming is Changing Writing, by Annette Vee, Computers and Composition Online, 2018.
“Just Not Sorry: Webtext of the Month,” co-authored with Lauren Garskie, Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative, blog post, Nov. 2017.
“White Collar Crime Risk Zones,” co-authored with Tori Thompson Peters, Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative, blog post, Sept. 2017.
“Tropes vs Women: Feminist Frequency in the Classroom.” FemHype, blog post, Jan. 2016.
SELECTED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
“Painful Code: Feeling Machines in the Digital Sensorium,” to be presented at the Conference of the Rhetoric Society of America, Portland, OR (Jun. 2020)
“Inviting Vision: A Roundtable on the Present and Future of Visual Rhetoric,” to be presented at the Conference of the Rhetoric Society of America, Portland, OR (Jun. 2020)
“Real Programmers Don’t Eat Quiche,” to be presented at Conference on College Composition and Communication, Milwaukee, WI (Mar. 2020)
“Performances of Mastery and Masculinity in Programming,” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Pittsburgh, PA (Mar. 2019)
“‘Changed status to wontfix’: Silencing and Digital Infrastructures,” Rhetoric Society of America, Minneapolis, MN (Jun. 2018)
“‘#consider<feminist_brevity_in_light_of_masculine_long-windedness.Xir>’: Oct. 2018
A Case Study in Territorialization Online,” Feminisms and Rhetorics, Dayton, OH
“What ‘Counts’ in Digital Scholarship?: Contributions to the Sweetland June 2017
Digital Rhetoric Collaborative Wiki,” co-presenter with David Coad,
Brandy Dieterle, Anne Gere, Kristin Ravel, Naomi Silver, and Sara West,
Computers and Writing, Findlay, OH