“Flat Ontologies and Everyday Feminisms:Toward an Expansive Rhetoric of the Body.” Feminist Rhetoric and Science Studies. Ed. Julie Jung and Amanda K. Booher. Accepted.
“Pedagogy and the Hermeneutic Dance: Mirroring, Plasticity, and the Situated Writing Subject.” Contemporary Perspectives on Cognition and Writing. Ed. Patricia Portanova, Michael Rifenburg, and Duane Roen. Accepted.
“Mirroring and Triangulation: Or, What Are We Post- When We Are Postprocess?” Under review.
Review. Class Degrees: Smart Work, Managed Choice, and the Transformation of Higher Education, Evan Watkins. JAC 30.1-2 (2010) 393-397.
“Affect, Labor, and the Graduate Teaching Assistant: Can Writing Programs Become ‘Spaces of Hope?'” with Chris Drew, Matt Garrison, Steve Leek, and A.D. Waldron. Works and Days 21.1 & 2 (2003) 169-188.
Conferences and Workshops
“Truth, Cunning, and Power: Facilitating Change in the Writing Classroom” Rhetoric Society of America. (forthcoming) Atlanta, 2016.
“Collaboration as Technē Available to the WPA: Creation, Making, and the Emplacement of FYW Programs.” Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference. Boise, 2015.
“Linguistics: A Lesser-Explored Area of Writing In the Disciplines” University of Central Arkansas-University of Arkansas Little Rock Joint Composition Conference. Conway, 2015.
“The Material Rhetoric of Infant Simulators: Why Baby Think It Over isn’t About Thinking At All.” Rhetoric Society of America, 2014.
“Tipping the Scales of Materiality: Can We Be Posthumanist Without Being Postfeminist?” Feminisms and Rhetorics. Palo Alto, 2013.
“Materialist and Object-Oriented Rhetorics.” Workshop, Rhetoric Society of America Summer Institute. Lawrence, 2013.
“Why Should I Care?: Resituating Care in Bodies and Institutions.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Atlanta, 2011.
“Bodies and Memes: Emergent Identity Formation and Its Limitations in Virtual Spaces.” Computers and Writing. West Lafayette, 2010.
“The Role of Affect in Economies of Political Capital: Metaphoric Priming in Presidential Rhetoric” Making Meaning: Language and Rhetoric in Real World Spaces. Ann Arbor, 2009.
“Pedagogies of the Permeable: Incorporating Interior and Exterior Bodies in the Writing Classroom. Conference on College Composition and Communication. San Francisco, 2009.