Our colleagues continue to be quite productive in scholarly and creative performance.
Romeo García: “‘Unsupervised Learning’: Reflections on a First Foray into Data-Drive Argument.” (Composition and Big Data, University of Pittsburgh Press)
“Decolonizing the Rhetoric of Church-Settlers.” (Across the Disciplines)
With Sonia Arellano and José Cortez “Shadow Work: Witnessing Latinx Crossings in Rhetoric and Composition.” (Composition Studies)
With Wonderful Faison and Anna Trevino “White Benevolence: Why that Supa-Save-a-Savage Rhetoric Ain’t Getting It.” (White Benevolence: Deconstructing Whiteness in the Writing Center, Utah State University Press)
With Douglas Kern. “We Do/Don’t Have that Problem Here.” (White Benevolence: Deconstructing Whiteness in the Writing Center, Utah State University Press)
Jay Jordan: Jay has a chapter in the newly released English Across the Curriculum: Voices from Around the World, which came out of the EAC Conference in Hong Kong in 2018. His chapter is also (in revised form) part of his forthcoming book, WAC/WID in a Transnational Startup: A Korean-American Study. He presented a version of this chapter to the department about 2 years ago at our research and pedagogy forum.
The entire book is available online.
Pam Balluck: As a Contributing Editor for The Ocean State Review, Pam interviewed fiction writer Jenn Gibbs (who is married to our colleague Dave Hawkins-Jacinto) about her award-winning story "The Whiskeyjack."
Hannah Sincavage: One of our graduate students, gave a presentation recently at the Online Writing Instruction Symposium. You can see her presentation title, bio and photo here (fourth one down).