and technical communication; Writing in non-profit organizations; Workplace
ethnography; Qualitative research methodology; Service learning pedagogy; Rhetoric
of science; Writing in the (technical) Disciplines; Rhetorical theory; Genre
studies; Posthumanist and network theory.
Courses Recently Taught
- WRD 209: Discourse & Genre
- WRD 500: Pro-seminar in Writing, Rhetoric & Discourse
- WRD 510: Topics in Rhetorical History: Network Rhetorics
- “Making a Thing of Quality Childcare: Latourian Rhetoric Doing
Things,” The Object of Rhetoric: Assembling and
Disassembling Bruno Latour, Paul Lynch and Nathaniel Rivers, eds.
Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press. Spring 2015.
- “Introducing WAW-PW: Teaching for Learning Transformation in
the Multi-major Professional Writing Course.” Coauthor with Michael Michaud,
Rhode Island College. College Composition
and Communication, February 2015.
- “.” Coauthor with Jason
Swarts. Technical Communication Quarterly
Special Issue on Contemporary Research Methods in Technical Communication. 24
(1). January 2015.
- “Genre Cycling: The Infrastructural Function of an
Operational Assessment Review and Reporting Process at a Federal Scientific
Supercomputing User Facility,” First author, with Michael E. Papka. Proceedings
of the 32nd Annual International Conference on Design of Communication, Colorado Springs, Colorado, US. ACM,
Inc. New York. 2014.