Journals & Collections
2020 Phenomenology of Writing with Unfamiliar Tools in a Semi-public Environment: A Case Study [Under-review]. Computers & Composition.
2020 “Diversity Definition? That’s Hard.”: Student Communication about Diversity in the Classroom and Beyond [Under-review]. Communication Education.
2019 Changing Culture, Changing Publics: Redesigning the Rhetorical Public. Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, Vol. 16.
2019 Redesigning Audiences in Technical Communication. SIGDOC ’19: ACM Special Interest Group in Document Design Conference Proceedings.
2019 Design: Changing Zeitgeists, Changing Communication. IVLA’s Dreams and Inspirations: The Book of Selected Readings 2018.
2015 Zeitgeist-Driven Pedagogical Evolution: Design Thinking Pedagogy & the Digital Era of Professional Communication. The Orange Journal of Graduate Student Writing.
2012 A Study in Micro Discourse Community Learning: The Subject-Driven Micro Discourse Community Session Model. EIU Booth Library Thesis Collection.
2011 Business 1000: APA Style Sheet. EIU Writing Center, Writing Across the Curriculum Handout.
2011 “Hai- w/o ku,” “Ku- w/o hai,” “Haiku.” The Ukulele, Little Dipper ink. Issue No. 5.
2010 “-To Honor Nathaniel Hawthorne,” “electric-rain fall,” “visit my word house.” The Ukulele, Little Dipper ink. Issue No. 3.
2009 “Die Reise,” Green Boy,” “Newlywed Life,” “Post-Modern Epitome,” “The Spry Avian of Dawn,” “You = ?,” The Asterisk* 2009.
2008 “DwIFoFErRElNdT,” “The Moon Man,” “Mavericks,” “Untitled [It’s 10:15 p.m…],” The Vehicle Fall 2008.
2020 Writing in the Commonplace Panopticons of Education: Students Finding the Felt Sense of Composing with Unfamiliar Tools Under the Gaze of Others [Canceled due to Covid-19]. Panel co-presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication in Milwaukee, WI.
2019 ReDesigning Audiences in Technical Communication. Manuscript presented at the ACM: Special Interest Group in Document Design conference in Portland, OR.
2019 Changing Culture, Changing Public: Redefining the Rhetorician’s Rhetorical Public Audience. Manuscript presented at the Great Plains Alliance for Computers and Writing in Mankato, MN.
2019 Performing Genre and Embodied Cognition: The Phenomenology of Writing Performance Anxiety. Panel co-presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication in Pittsburgh, PA.
2019 Teaching the Academic Biography Genre and Agentive Identity Formation in an ESAP Humanities Course. Poster Presented at the Iowa State University Conference on Technology for Second Language Learning in Ames, IA.
2018 Programmatic Technology: Administrators, Technologies, and Documents. Panel co-presented at the Council of Writing Program Administrators conference in Sacramento, CA.
2018 “Um, Diversity Definition…That’s Hard:” Student Perceptions of Diversity. Paper co-presented at the Central States Communication Association Conference in Milwaukee, WI.
2018 “Tech is Pedagogy,” But Not in Many FYW Programs: WPAs Navigate Technology Roles, Shapes, and Motivations. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication in Kansas City, MO.
2018 “Um, Diversity Definition…That’s Hard:” Student Perceptions of Diversity. Paper co-presented at the Thomas L. Hill Iowa State Conference on Race and Ethnicity (ISCORE) at Iowa State University in Ames, IA.
2017 Nature in Ultra High Definition: Defining Modal Function and how UHD Nature Imagery Enacts Viewer Reflection and Western Environmental Ideology. Paper presented at the Great Plains Alliance for Computers and Writing at the University of Minnesota, St. Paul.
2016 Zeitgeist Dependent Pedagogical Evolution: Discovering Design Thinking at the Core of Technical Communication. Paper presented at the International Visual Literacy Association conference at Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec.
2016 Ernest Cline’s Armada: A Marxian Bulwark Against the Dystopian Future. Paper presented at the Southwest Popular Culture Association / American Culture Association’s 37th annual conference in Albuquerque, NM.
2012 Byers’ The Captive Flame and An American Marxian Agenda. Paper augmented and presented at the Popular Culture Association’s / American Culture Association’s 42nd annual national conference in Boston, MA.
2012 The Ambient Awareness of Social Correspondence in Pride and Prejudice. Paper presented at Northern Illinois University’s Midwest Conference on Literature, Language, and Media in DeKalb, IL.
2011 Performance Theory in the Writing Center: A Dramatic Session Suggestion. Paper and performance presented at the regional Midwest Writing Center Association conference at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI.
2019 Hands-on Design Pedagogy: A Technical Communication Faculty Training Seminar. Seminar presented to Technical Communication Faculty participating in Design Pedagogy research in ISU’s AdvComm program in Ames, IA.
2019 Design Pedagogy in Technical Communication: A Training Seminar for Faculty. Seminar presented to Technical Communication Faculty participating in Design Pedagogy research in ISU’s AdvComm program in Ames, IA.
2019 Performing Genre and Embodied Cognition: The Phenomenology of Writing Performance Anxiety. Panel co-presented at the ISU English Department’s RPC Colloquium in Ames, IA.
2012 “Collette’s Hair,” “In Search of a Wallflower,” and “Reznikoff for a Day.” Poetic reading presented at the Bluestem reception during the Lions in Winter event at Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL.
2011 Love’s Parley and the Nature of Its Inconclusive Rhetoric in Love’s Labor’s Lost. Paper presented at Eastern Illinois University’s Annual English Studies Student Conference.
2011 Honorific Introduction of Dr. Heather Carver at the performance of her drama, Booby Prize, on Behalf of the English Department at Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL.
2011 “…Speaking of Mrs. Jenkins…” Dramatic reading/performance presented at Eastern Illinois University’s Monodramatic performance event.
2010 Byers’ The Captive Flame and A Societal Marxian Agenda. Paper presented at Eastern Illinois University’s English Graduate Symposium.
2008 Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice: Shylock’s Deracination and the Loss of His Identity. Paper presented at Eastern Illinois University’s Annual Theatre Arts Undergraduate Research Symposium.