Recent Projects

Network Sense: Methods for Visualizing Disciplinary Patterns is an in-progress book manuscript under contract with the WAC Clearinghouse's #writing Series.

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Cross-Border Networks in Writing Studies is a collaborative monograph (with Louise Phelps, Andrea Williams, and Jen Clary-Lemon), due out in Fall 2016 from Inkshed.

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In March 2016, I presented "Disciplinary Discourse Networks 1984/2014" as the Peck Composition Series Speaker at Middle Tennessee State University.

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What's Next

In Fall 2016 I will be teaching a graduate seminar, WRTG596: Teaching Composition on the College Level, which is designed to orient first-time composition teachers to EMU's First-year Writing curriculum while also introducing the historical and theoretical bases for college-level writing in the U.S.

In mid-June, I will be presenting "Worknets as Rhetorical Invention," as part of a roundtable, Designing a WAC Institute for Modal Diversity, at the International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference, in Ann Arbor, Mich. The brief presentation introduces worknets and suggests as an extension of worknets the ways they prime weaving and splicing as decidedly networked conceptions of research with scholarly sources.