Recent Journal Articles and Chapters
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"Writing Centers, Enclaves, and Creating Spaces of Change Within Universities," Writing Center Journal: Vol. 40 : 3:2. 2022. 7-20..
Creating a Virtual Space for Collaborative Project Planning using the Future Creating Workshop Process: Building the Global Climate Change Education Initiative" with Brydon-Miller, M. Aguja, S.,Blumrich, M.,DeSousa, L. Dzerefos,C., Kolb,B.,Marimbe, L., Muller, I., Rauch,C., Rauch,F.,Way. A. Educational Action Research. 2022. 1-17.
"Embodiment, Place, and Stance: A Collaborative Exploration of Graduate Research and Mentoring." With Edward English, Jessica Newman, and Aubrie Cox Warner. International Studies in the Sociology of Education. 2021.
"Centering Partnerships: A Case for Writing Centers as Sites of Community Engagement." with Amy McCleese Nichols. Community Literacy. 13.2. 2019.
“From Screen to Screen: Students’ Use of Popular Culture Genres in Multimodal Writing Assignments” Computers and Composition. 34. 2014. 110-121.
“Dancing with Don: Or Waltzing with ‘Expressivism’” Enculturation.http://www.enculturation.net/dancing-with-don. Fall 2011.
“Collages of Identity: Popular Culture, Emotion, and Online Literacies” National Society for the Study of Education, 110.1. 2011, 200–219
"Seeking New Worlds: The Study of Writing Beyond our Classrooms” College Composition and Communication. 62.1 September 2010. 127-146.
“`Which South Park Character Are You?’ Popular Culture, Literacy, and Online Performances of Identity” Computers And Composition 25.1. 2008 24-39.
“Who Reads and Writes in Hollywood? Reading Representations of Literacy in Contemporary Movies” With Amy Zenger International Journal of Learning. Vol 11. 2004.
“Television, Authorship and Student Writers” Academic Exchange Quarterly. Special Issue on Media Literacy. 8.1 Spring 2004. 129-133.
“Speak for Yourself?:Power and Hybridity in the Cross-Cultural Classroom” College Composition and Communication. 54.4 June 2003. 586-609.
“What They See is What We Get: Television and Middle School Writers” Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy. 46.7 April 2003. 546-554.
“Never Let the Truth Stand in the Way of a Good Story: A Work for Three Voices” College English 65.3 January 2003. 290-304.
“The Pleasures Brought to Class: Literacy, Popular Culture, and the Middle School Classroom.” International Journal of Learning. Vol. 10. 2003. 965-976.
“Reflections on a Shimmering Screen: Television’s Relationship to Writing Pedagogies” The Writing Instructor. 2.0 December 2001.
“’A State of Perpetual Wandering’ Diaspora and Black British Writers.” Jouvert: A Journal of Postcolonial Studies. issue 3 vol 3. Summer 1999.
"Making Sense of How Things Feel: Attending to the Emotional Experiences in Writing Programs. in Sensemaking for Writing Programs and Writing Centers. Rita Malenczyk, Ed. Utah State University Press. (2023). 85-106.
“A Felt Presence: Affect, Emotion, and Memory as Literacy Researchers” in Unsettling Literacies: Directions for Literacy Research in Precarious Times. Chris Bailey, Cathy Burnett, Claire Lee, Jennifer Rowsell. London: Springer. 2022. 51-68.
"Writing Center Consultations as Emotional Experiences: How Different Learning Experiences Shape Student Perceptions of Agency." In Pedagogical Perspectives on Cognition and Writing. J. Michael Rifenburg, Patricia Portanova, and Duane Roen, Eds. Parlor Press. (2021) 303-322.
“‘Find Something You Know You Can Believe In’: The Effect of Dissertation Retreats on Graduate Students’ Identities as Writers” with Ashly Bender Smith, Tika Lamsal, and Adam Robinson. In Re/Writing the Center: Pedagogies, Practices, Partnerships to Support Graduate Students in the Writing Center. Terry Myers Zawacki and Susan Lawrence, Eds. Utah State University Press. 2018. 204-222.
“Having a Feel for What Works: Polymedia, Emotion, and Literacy Practices with Mobile Technologies.” In Social Writing/Social Media. Stephanie Vie and Douglas Walls, Eds. Parlor Press. 2017. 127-143
“Game 2 Engage: Stories About iPads, College Students and Communities.” with Jamie Caine and Julia Davies. in The Case of the iPad: Mobile Literacies in Education. Cathy Burnett, Guy Merchant, Maureen Walsh, Alyson Simpson, Eds. Springer Press. 2017. 143-158
“Genre Inside/Genre Outside: How Students Approach Composing Multimodal Texts.” In Multimodality in Higher Education. Arlene Archer and Esther Breuer, Eds. Brill Publishers. 2016. 114-135.
“Digital Technologies and Creative Writing Pedagogies.” In Creative Writing Pedagogies for theTwenty-First Century. Alexandria Peary and Tom Hunley, Eds. Southern Illinois University Press. 2015. 243-268.
“Mobility, Authorship, and Students’ (Im)material Engagement with Digital Media and Popular Culture.” in New Literacies around the Globe: Policy and Pedagogy. Cathy Burnett, Julia Davies, Guy Merchant, Jennifer Rowsell, Eds. Routledge Press. 2014. 140-154
"Control and the Classroom in the Digital University: The Effect of Course Management Systems on Pedagogy.” in Literacy in the Digital University: Critical Perspectives on Learning, Scholarship, and Technology. Robin Goodfellow and Mary Lea, Eds. Routledge. 2013. 173-184
“Writing Creative Nonfiction” in The Blackwell Companion to Creative Writing. Graeme Harper, Ed. Wiley-Blackwell. 2013. 24-39.
“The World on Your Screen: New Media, Remix, and the Politics of Cross-Cultural Contact.” In New Media Literacies and Participatory Popular Culture Across Borders. Edited Collection. With Amy A. Zenger. Routledge Press. 2012. 17-32.
“Introduction: Popular Culture and Literacy in a Networked World.” In New Media Literacies and Participatory Popular Culture Across Borders. Edited Collection. With Amy A. Zenger. Routledge Press. 2012. 1-14.
“Ethics and Representation.” with Mary Brydon-Miller. for Sage Handbook of Digital Dissertations and Theses, Richard Andrews, et al. Eds. 2012. 181-197.
“‘I’m not Always Laughing at the Jokes’: Humor as a Force for Disruption” With Julie Faulkner. In Disrupting Pedagogies and Teaching the Knowledge Society: Countering Conservative Norms with Creative Approaches. Julie Faulkner, Ed. IGI Global. 2011.
“Riding Critical and Cultural Boundaries: A Multiliteracies Approach to Television Sitcoms” 2009. with Julie Faulkner. In Multiliteracies and Technology Enhanced Education: Social Practice and the Global Classroom. Darren Pullen and David Cole, Eds. Hershey, PA: IGI Global. 71-82.
“Inspired Artists and Office Drones: Taking Literacy Narratives to the Movies" In Using Popular Culture in the Writing Classroom. Allison Smith, Trixie Smith, and Rebecca Bobbitt, Eds. Wadsworth. 2008. 81-90.
“Foreword” Multimodal Composition: Resources for Teachers. Cynthia Selfe, Ed. Hampton Press 2007.
“Introduction: Literacy, Power and the Shaping of Identity. In Identity Papers: Literacy and Power in Higher Education. Bronwyn T. Williams, Ed. Utah State University Press. 2006. 1-13.
“The Book and the Truth: Faith, Rhetoric, and Teaching Across Cultures.” Negotiating Roles of Faith in Teaching Writing. Elizabeth VanderLei and Bonnie Kyburz, Ed. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook. 2005. 105-120.
“Changing Directions: Participatory Research, Agency, and Representation” with Mary Brydon-Miller. Ethnography Unbound: From Theory Shock to Critical Praxis. Sidney Dobrin and Stephen Brown, Eds. Albany, NY: State U of New York Press. 2004. 241-257.
"Where Should We Want to Go Today? Some Cultural Implications of Computers and Composition." TnT: Texts and Technology. Janice R. Walker and Ollie O. Oviedo, Eds. Hampton Press. 2003. 241-270.