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Assistant Professor of English and Associate Director of Composition, 2017-present
University of Toledo
Lecturer, Writing Program, 2015-2017
University of California, Santa Barbara
Graduate Instructor, Department of English , 2011-2015
Texas Christian University
Teaching Assistant, Department of American Studies, 2009-2011
University of Kansas
Policy Regimes of Writing: An Analysis of College Composition and Public Education Policy in the U.S. Southern Illinois University Press, 2020 (forthcoming).
Peer Reviewed Articles
“The WPA-in-Waiting: Where We Came From and Where We are Going,” (co-authored, in progress).
“Public Ecologies: A Micro Case Study of Public Writing Pedagogy,” Composition Studies, vol. 47, no. 2, 2019 (forthcoming).
“Collaborative Ecologies of Emergent Assessment: Challenges and Benefits Linked to a Writing-based Institution-Level Partnership.” College Composition and Communication, vol. 69, no. 2, 2017 (co-authored).
“The Role of Composition Programs in De-Normalizing Whiteness in the University.” WPA: Writing Program Administration, vol. 39, no. 2, Spring 2016, pp. 47-52 (co-authored).
“Policy Regimes of Writing Policy: Field Notes from a Concurrent Enrollment Classroom.” The Dual Enrollment Kaleidoscope: Reconfiguring Perceptions of First-Year Writing and Composition Studies, edited by Christine Denecker and Cassie Moreland (proposal accepted)
“Making Software Visible in Rhetorical Approaches to Fake News,” Literacy in the Age of Misinformation, eds. Brenda Glascott, Justin Lewis, Tara Lockhard, Holly Middleton, Juli Parish, and Chris Warnick, Parlor Press (co-authored, forthcoming).
“Freshman Composition is supposed to Teach ‘Academic Writing.’” Bad Ideas About Writing, eds. Drew Loewe and Cheryl Ball, West Virginia University Libraries, 2017.
“Assessing the Risks and Rewards of Problematic Partnerships: An Analysis of Three Composition MOOCs Funded by the Gates Foundation.” Writing and Composing in the Age of MOOCs, eds. Liz Monske and Kris Blair, IGI Global, 2016.
“Going Public in the Humanities: Undoing Myths and Facing Challenges.” The Cambridge Handbook of Service Learning and Community Engagement, eds. Corey Dolgon, Timothy K. Eatman, and Tania D. Mitchell, Cambridge UP, 2016 (co-authored).
“Twenty-first-Century Digital Publics and Nineteenth-Century Transatlantic Public Spheres.” Teaching Transatlanticism: Resources for Teaching Nineteenth-Century Anglo-American Print Culture, eds. Linda Hughes and Sarah R. Robbins, University of Edinburgh Press, 2015.
Review of The Technology of Nonviolence: Social Media and Violence Prevention by Joseph G. Bock. Journal of Hate Studies vol. 11, no. 1, 2013, pp. 217-221.
Review of Ralph Ellison and Kenneth Burke: At the Roots of the Racial Divide by Bryon Crable. The Kenneth Burke Journal, vol. 9, no. 1, 2013, http://www.kbjournal.org/review-ralph-ellison- and-kenneth-burke-bryan-crable (co-authored).
“Power Arrangements of Writing Policy: Field Notes from a Concurrent Enrollment Classroom”
Conference on College Composition and Communication, Pittsburgh, PA, 2019.
“Literacy Transactions and Policy Regimes: Notes from a Semester-Long Participant Observation of a Dual Credit Course in Ohio”
Modern Language Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, 2019.
“Dual Enrollment/Concurrent Enrollment and College Composition: What we Know, What we Don’t Know, and What to do about it”
Thomas R. Watson Conference, Louisville, KY, 2018.
“Policy Regimes of Writing: Dual Enrollment and College Composition”
Council of Writing Program Administrators National Conference, Sacramento, CA, 2018.
“WPA-In-Waiting Positions and the Rhet-Comp Job Market”
Conference on College Composition and Communication, Kansas City, MO, 2018.
“Writing about Writing During the Trump Administration”
Modern Language Association Annual Convention, New York City, NY, 2018.
“Public Ecologies: A Micro Case Study of Public Writing Pedagogy”
Community Writing Conference, Boulder, CO, 2017.