ProfessorEmail: b.horner @ louisville.edu
Office Hours: Fall Term: N/A
Ph.D. from University of Pittsburgh
Relationships between the globalizing of English, the globalizing economy, the U.S. “English Only” movement, and composition studies; labor, class, and composition; histories, theories, and pedagogies of basic writing; critical forms of literacy ethnography; the politics of literacy instruction; the cultural study of musics.
Honors & Awards
Editorial Advisory Board, Studies in Writing and Rhetoric book series, Southern Illinois UP/NCTE Conference on College Composition and Communication.
Reworking English in Rhetoric and Composition: Global Interrogations, Local Interventions. Co-edited with Karen Kopelson. Southern Illinois UP, forthcoming.
Cross-Language Relations in Composition. Co-edited with Min-Zhan Lu and Paul Kei Matsuda. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 2010.
“Writing In the Disciplines/Writing Across the Disciplines.” The Routledge Handbook of English Language Studies. Ed. Constant Leung and Brian Street. London: Routledge, forthcoming.
“Toward a Labor Economy of Academic Literacy: Exploring Academic Frictions.” Co-authored with Min-Zhan Lu. Literacy, Economy and Power: Writing and Research After Literacy in American Lives. Ed. John Duffy, Julie Nelson Christoph, Eli Goldblatt, Nelson Graff, Rebecca Nowacek, and Bryan Trabold. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, forthcoming. 111-26.
“Ideologies of Literacy, ‘Academic Literacies,’ and Composition Studies.” Literacy in Composition Studies 1.1 (2013): 1-9. http://www.licsjournal.org/article/ideologies-of-literacy-academic-literacies-and-composition-studies-2/.
“Translingual Literacy, Language Difference, and Matters of Agency.” Co-authored with Min-Zhan Lu. College English 75 (2013): 586-611.
“(Re)Writing English: Putting English in Translation.” Co-authored with Min-Zhan Lu. English—A Changing Medium for Education. Ed. Constant Leung and Brian Street. Bristol: Multilingual Matters, 2012. 59-78.
“The WPA as Broker: Globalization and the Composition Program.” Teaching Writing in Globalization: Remapping Disciplinary Work. Ed. Daphne Desser and Darin Payne. Boulder, CO: Lexington Books, 2012. 57-78.
“Relocating Basic Writing.” Journal of Basic Writing 30.2 (Fall 2011): 5-23.
“Toward a Multilingual Composition Scholarship: From English Only to a Translingual Norm.” Co-authored with Christiane Donahue and Samantha NeCamp. College Composition and Communication 63 (2011): 269-300.
“Language Difference in Writing: Toward a Translingual Approach.” Co-authored with Min-Zhan Lu, Jacqueline Jones Royster, and John Trimbur. College English 73.3 (2011): 303-21.
“Writing English as a Lingua Franca.” Latest Trends in ELF Research. Ed. Alasdair Archibald, Alessia Cogo, and Jennifer Jenkins. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2011. 299-311.
“The Logic of Listening to Global Englishes.” Co-authored with Min-Zhan Lu. Code Meshing as World English: Policy, Pedagogy, Performance. Ed. Aja Y. Martinez and Vershawn Ashanti Young. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 2011. 99-114.
“Resisting Monolingualism in English: Reading and Writing the Politics of Language.” With Min-Zhan Lu. Rethinking English in the Classroom. Ed. Viv Ellis, Carol Fox, and Brian Street. London: Continuum, 2007. 141-57. Cross-Language Relations in Composition
College English Special Issue, co-edited with Min-Zhan Lu and Paul Kei Matsuda. College English 68 (2006).
"Class, Class Consciousness, and ‘Good Teaching Jobs.'" JAC 26 (2006): 139-55.
"Critical Ethnography, Ethics, and Work: Rearticulating Labor."
Ethnography Unbound: From Theory Shock to Critical Praxis. Ed. Stephen G. Brown and Sidney I. Dobrin. Albany: State U of New York P, 2004. 13-34.
"Mixing It Up: The Personal in Public Discourse."
The Private, the Public and the Published. Ed. Thomas Kent and Barbara Couture. Logan: Utah State UP, 2004. 185-97.
“Plagiarism, Difference, and Power.”
Pluralizing Plagiarism: Identities, Contexts, Pedagogies. Ed. Rebecca Moore Howard and Amy E. Robillard. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann Boynton/Cook, 2008. 171-77.
“James Slevin and the Identifying Practices of Composition.”
ADE Bulletin no. 143 (Fall 2007): 14-17.
Co-authored with Min-Zhan Lu. New York: Pearson Longman/Penguin Academics, 2008.
“Rhetoric and(?) Composition.”
With Min-Zhan Lu. The Sage Handbook of Rhetorical Studies. Ed. Andrea A. Lunsford, Kirt H. Wilson, and Rosa E. Eberly. Los Angeles: Sage, 2009. 293-315.