Widening the View: Essays on Feminist Historiography, Ephemera Evidence, and Rhetorical Education. Co-Edited with Jennifer Burgess. (See CFP here.)

"From Rhetorical Eavesdropping to Rhetorical Foreplay: Orientations, Spacetimes, and the Emergence of a Queer Embodied Tactic." In Jackie Rhodes' (editor), Special Issue: Queer Rhetorics: Dirtysexy, Pre/Text: A Journal of Rhetorical Theory. (2019).

***An earlier draft of this research was awarded the 2017 Gloria Anzaldúa Rhetorician Award by the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) and the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC).

"Grades as a Technology of Surveillance: Normalization, Control, and Big Data in the Teaching of Writing." In Estee Beck & Les Hutchinson's (editors) Writing in a Digital Age: Surveillance, Privacy, and Writing Infrastructures. (forthcoming).

“The Uses of Queer Failure: Navigating Away from the Pedagogical Mandate of Happiness.” Co-authored with Ryan Sheehan. In Laura Micciche and Allison Carr (Eds), Failure Pedagogies: Systems, Risks, Future. (collection under contract with Peter Lang Publishers).

"Doing What the RhetComp Rockstars Do to Publish: Doctoral Students Try Advice from How Writing Faculty Write.” with Christine Tulley et al. (article-length manuscript in preparation).

Literacy Narratives of Black Columbus Project. With Beverly J. Moss, Michael Blancato, and Sara Wilder. (ongoing).

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