A Corrective to the Pervasive Belief That Digital Writing Practices are Entirely New
Centers Black Women’s Discourse and Sociopolitical Action from the Nation’s Founding through the Civil War and Beyond
A Detailed Study of the Rhetorical Labor of Low- and No-Wage Women Workers Unaffiliated with Traditional Labor Unions
Weaponized Digital Rhetorics
Offering a New, Ecological Theory of Inspiration That Shifts the Concept toward Deep, Transformative Connections
A Cross-Disciplinary Approach to Ethical, Methodological, and Representational Questions in Feminist Rhetorical Research
An Examination of the Ways African American Rhetoric Becomes Whitened When It Crosses Over into White Audiences
A Cultural, Ethical, and Rhetorical Study of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood
Addresses Women’s Rhetorical Relationship to Work
Writing as a Social Practice and Embodied Behavior
An Examination of the American Female Reform Society’s Periodical That Delineates Rhetorical Tactics of the 19th Century Women’s Reform Movement.
How innovation without tradition will lead to technical alienation.
Essays inquiring into conditions for activism, political protest, and public assembly.
Prince Edward County, Virginia as a microcosm of America’s struggle with race, literacy, and citizenship.