research

Currently Under Review

“The Revolutionary Rhetoric and the Founding of Wired Magazine”
The second chapter of my dissertation edited into an article length study about revolutionary rhetoric in the first five years of Wired.

“#mommyproblems: Embodiment, Access, and Twitter in Maternal Rhetoric.” Co-authored with Erika M. Sparby. Feminism and Motherhood in the 21st Century – Special Issue of Feminist Encounters: A Journal of Critical Studies in Culture and Politics (Autumn 2019).

In Development

“Before Wired, There Was Mondo2000: Early Adopters and Revolutionary Rhetoric.”
During my dissertation research, I discovered Mondo2000, a magazine about early web culture. I plan on drafting an article about its revolutionary rhetoric and design.

“Writing and Public Advocacy: The Fight for DACA.” Co-authored with Jeffery Gross.
The first of many articles about our experience teaching two classes on writing for public advocacy in conjunction with Conexión Américas. These classes empowered CBU’s thriving LatinX student population with opportunities to develop their voice and share their experience with Tennessee State representatives.

Teaching the Internship: Mentoring Professional Writers.
Book project combines theoretical and practical applications for supporting undergraduate students through professional and technical writing practicums and internships.