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My Published Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles:
Richter, Jacob D. (2021). “Writing with Reddiquette: Networked Agonism and Structured Deliberation in Networked Communities.” Computers & Composition, Vol. 59, No. 1. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.compcom.2021.102627 (Link)
Frith, Jordan & Richter, Jacob (2021). “Building Participatory Counternarratives: Pedagogical Interventions in Digital Placemaking.” Convergence: The International Journal of Research Into New Media Technologies. https://doi.org/10.1177/1354856521991956 (Link)
Richter, Jacob D. (2020). “Assessing, Deliberating, Responding: An Annotated Bibliography for a Post-Truth Age.” Prompt: A Journal of Academic Writing Assignments. Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 23-36. (Link)
Richter, Jacob D. (2020). “Inventing Networked Electracies.” Textshop Experiments, Vol. 7. (Link)
My Other Published Works:
Richter, Jacob D. “Review: Citizenship and Advocacy in Technical Communication: Scholarly and Pedagogical Perspectives.” Journal of Business and Technical Communication, Vol. 34, No. 4, 2020. doi.org/10.1177/1050651920932171 (Link)
Richter, Jacob D. “Review of ‘Unruly Rhetorics: Protest, Persuasion, and Publics.” Reflections: A Journal of Community-Engaged Writing and Rhetoric, Vol. 19, No. 2, 2020. https://reflectionsjournal.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/V19.N2.Richter.pdf
Richter, Jacob D. “Speculating Posterity: Inventions, Initiatives, and Explorations.” Textshop Experiments, Vol. 6. 2019. http://textshopexperiments.org/textshop06/book-review-speculating-posterity.
Richter, Jacob D. “Decentering the Classroom: Distributed Expertise as Social Justice Praxis in First Year Composition.”Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative Blog Carnival, 2019 https://www.digitalrhetoriccollaborative.org/2019/12/03/decentering-the-classroom-distributed-expertise-as-social-justice-praxis-in-first-year-composition/.
What I do:
My scholarly interests begin at digital rhetoric and composition studies, often with an orientation toward social web activism and to new media’s ability to unlock the creative potential of 21-century composers. I work within the disciplines of composition and rhetoric, typically incorporating civics, ethics, media study and critical theory into my research and pedagogy.
I approach Teaching as a research project, and actively create avenues in which my scholarly inquiries and my classrooms converge. Examples of this endeavor include Sparking Change, an activist web publication I produced with my FYC students at SUNY Cortland in the Spring of 2017, as well as Stand Up!, a social web activism project, culminating in the Retold Histories of Clemson public humanities project I enacted with my FYC courses at Clemson University in the 2018-2019 academic year.
Selected Conference Presentations:
National & International Conferences
(Forthcoming) “The Social Media Underlife: Transferring Everyday Digital Literacies into Foundations for Academic Writing.” Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC). April 2021. Spokane, Washington.
“Building Participatory Counternarratives: Pedagogical Interventions in Digital Placemaking.” Association of Internet Researchers (AOIR). October 2020. Dublin, Ireland. (Conference Meeting held virtually- COVID-19 pandemic).
“Throwing (Inventive) Shade: Moderation, Hospitality, and the Networked Inventive Space.” Rhetoric Society of America (RSA). May 2020. Portland, OR. (Conference Meeting Cancelled- COVID-19 pandemic).
“Embracing Differences Digitally: Cosmopolitan Pedagogies, Network Writing Technologies, and Conversations Across Difference.” Computers & Writing. May 2020. Greenville, NC. (Conference Meeting Cancelled- COVID-19 pandemic).
“Ethics Statements in Networked-Pedagogical Spaces: Strategies Toward Identity, Affect, and Collaborative Composition.” Computers & Writing. May 2020. Greenville, NC. (Conference Meeting Cancelled- COVID-19 pandemic).
“Toward A Networked Cosmopolitanism: Embracing Difference Digitally in the Technical Communication Classroom.” Association of Teachers of Technical Writing (ATTW). March 2020. Milwaukee, WI. (Conference Meeting Cancelled- COVID-19 pandemic).
“Digital, Accessible, & Equitable: Cultivating Accessible Collaborative Composition.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Digital Praxis Poster. March 2020. Milwaukee, WI. (Conference Meeting Cancelled- COVID-19 pandemic).
“Embracing Differences Digitally: Leveraging Network Writing Technologies to Cultivate Cosmopolitan Learning Ecologies.” Conference on College Composition and Communication: Research Network Forum. March 2020. Milwaukee, WI. (Conference Meeting Cancelled- COVID-19 pandemic).
“Designing Inventive Occasions: Social Media as Choric-Inventive Network Initiative.” Computers & Writing: Graduate Research Network. June 2019. East Lansing, MI.
“Creative Heuristics: A Cascading Invention-Based Model for Learning in Digital Composition Environments.” Computers & Writing. June 2019. East Lansing, MI.
“Visual Storytelling On the Go: Innovative Mobile Workflows for your Digitally Enabled Composition Course.” Computers & Writing. June 2019. East Lansing, MI.
“Digital Doxa: Cultivating Information Citizens in the Composition Classroom.” Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication: Research Forum. March 2019. Pittsburgh, PA.
“The Activist UnEssay: Assessing, Deliberating, Responding.” Association of Rhetoric and Writing Studies. October 2018. Austin, TX.
“Putting It In Writing: Teaching Circles and Institutional Return on Investment.” Northeast Modern Language Association conference. April 2018. Pittsburgh, PA.
“Cognitive Seeds: The Role of Creative Thinking in First-Year Writing.” SUNY Council on Writing conference. September 2017. Syracuse, NY.
“A Toast to Latour: Water, Literary Assemblages, and the Decision-Makers in Flint, Michigan.” Northeast Modern Language Association Conference. March 2017. Baltimore, MD.
Regional & Local Conferences
“Participatory Counternarratives: Geocomposition, Public Memory, and Hybrid Place Constructions” Carolina Rhetorics Conference. February 2020. Columbia, S.C.
“#HashtagHorror: Black Mirror, Call-Out Culture, and the Social Media Classroom.” Popular Culture & Pedagogy Conference. November 2019. Twitter.
“Writing Truths: Surviving Digital Doxa with Undergraduate Composers.” New Voices. January 2019. Atlanta, GA.
“When the Facts You Find Are Not Your Own: Writing Truths with FYC Classrooms.” Margins. March 2019. Clemson. SC.
“Writing with Mirrors: Reflecting on Goals and Choices in First Year Composition.” Writing Matters V conference. March 2018. Cortland, NY.
“The Connected Classroom: Blogs, Writing and Student Collaboration Toward Aims of Response and Resistance.” Writing Matters IV conference. March 2017. Cortland, NY.
“Justifying Existence: Positioning Autism in a World of Capitalist Expectation.” SEGue: A Symposium for English Graduate Students. College at Brockport, SUNY. April 2016. Brockport, NY.
“Crystalize Launch.” Transformations: A Student Research and Creativity Conference. April 2015. Cortland, NY.