Writing Studies

Sparking Change Public Humanities Project

Discourse in Democracy: Composition, Digital Citizenship and the Crafting of Authentic Rhetorical Situations

The Faces of Janus: Rothenberg, Divergent Thinking and the Productivity of Gray Areas

Developing Habits, Developing Minds: What Can Neuroplasticity Do For Composition?

Wired Utopia: Expanding Technocapitalist Disability Rhetorics

Should Students Choose Their Own Writing Topics?: A Mindful Approach

When Worlds Speak: Apocalypse, Composition, Critique

Can We Hold Class Outside, Professor? Nature, Cognition and Composition

Putting it in Writing: Teaching Circles and Institutional Return on Investment

Republicans and Higher Education

Apocalyptic Turn/Sparking Change

Writing and Mindfulness

SUNY Council on Writing Presentation- Cognitive Seeds: Creative Thinking in FYC

On the Value of “Soft Reading”

Sparking Change Public Humanities Project

2017 NeMLA Conference presentation-Baltimore, MD

Go Left, Young Writers!

Aristotle, Political Platforms and the “Good”

Writing, Composition and Deliberate Living

Fulcrum Words

Writing The Academy

A Blast From the Past– An Old Literacy Narrative 

MOOC Anxieties

NaNoWriMo 2016- Looking Back

On Web Writing and Digital Media Platforms