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Timothy Elliott

Research Interests​​​​

Technical and Professional Communication, Urban Planning Communication, Service Learning, Community Engagement and Public Policy, Visual Rhetoric, Multimodal Communication, Popular Culture (particularly Comic Books and Comic Book Culture)


Moore, K.R. & Elliott, T. J. (2016). “From Participatory Design to a Listening Infrastruc­ture: A Case of Urban Planning and Participation.” Journal of Business and Technical Com­munication, 30 (1), 1-26.

Driskill, D.A. & Elliott, T.J. (2015) “Urban Stage 2014: Navigating Relationships During a Collaboration Between Local Businesses, Nonprofits, a Large University, and a Mid-Sized City.” Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics, and Informatics, 13 (2), 77-83.

Elliott, T.J. & Watkins, R.D. (2014) “Sexy Art, Speculative Commerce: The X-Men #1 Launch Extravaganza.” In The Ages of the X-Men, Joseph J. Darowski (Ed.). McFarland and Company, Inc., 105-115.

Williams, J., Rice, R., Lauren, B., Morrison, S., Van Winkle, K., and Elliott, T. (2013) “Prob­lem-Based Universal Design for Learning in Technical Communication and Rhetoric Instruction.” Journal of Problem Based Learning in Higher Education, 1. 1, 247-261.

Conference Proceedings​

Elliott, T.J. & Driskill, D.A. (2016) “Transforming a City of Alleys into a City of Span­ish-Indebted Courtyards.” Conference Proceedings of the World Multidisciplinary Civil Engineering-Architecture-Urban Planning Symposium. Procedia Engineering (forthcom­ing).

Driskill, D.A. & Elliott, T.J. (2015) “Urban Stage 2014: Actions and Outcomes from a Col­laboration of Two Institutions and the Community.” Conference Proceedings at the 6th International Multi-Conference on Complexity, Informatics, and Cybernetics, March 2015.