Below is an abbreviated web version of my CV with selected works.
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Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Writing Studies, University of Florida (May 2020)
M.A. in English, Auburn University (2014)
B.A. in English, University of Montevallo (2010)
Writing the Environment in Nineteenth-Century American Literature: The Ecological Awareness of Early Scribes of Nature. Co-edited with Steven Petersheim. Lexington Books, 2015.
Articles & Book Chapters (Recent & Selected)
“A Counter-History of Rhetorical Ecologies." Rhetoric Society Quarterly, Forthcoming September 2021, vol. 51, no. 4 (In Press).
“Deep Mapping for Environmental Communication Design.” Co-authored with Shannon Butts. Communication Design Quarterly, January 2021.
“Trees, Anti-Advocacy, and Visual Rhetoric in Truax (A Parody of The Lorax),” invited submission for EcoComix: Essays on the Environment in Comics and Graphic Novels. Ed. Sidney I. Dobrin. McFarland, 2020.
“(Re)Placing the Rhetoric of Scale: Ecoliteracy, Networked Writing, and MEmorial Mapping.” Mediating Nature: The Role of Technology in Ecological Literacy. Eds. Sidney I. Dobrin and Sean Morey. Routledge, October, 2019.
"Articulate Detroit: Augmenting Public Writing.” Co-authored with Jacob Greene. Computers & Composition Online, Spring 2019.
“Sylvan Rhetorics: Roots and Branches of More-Than-Human Publics.” Rhetoric Review, February 2019, vol. 38 no. 1, pp. 63-78 [Awarded the 2020 CCCC Technical and Scientific Communication Award in the category of Best Article on Philosophy or Theory of Technical or Scientific Communication].
“Writing Conditions: The Premises of Ecocomposition .” Enculturation: A Journal of Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture, Fall 2018, vol. 26, no. 1.
“Augmented Vélorutionaries: Digital Rhetoric, Memorials, and Public Discourse.” Co-authored with Jacob Greene. Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, Fall 2017, vol. 22, no. 1.
“Plato’s Apocalyptic Rhetoric: Interpreting Bioregionalism in the Critias-Timaeus Dialogues.” ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment, Summer 2016, vol. 23, no. 3, pp. 548-563.
Brief Essays & Book Reviews
“Toward an Ecology of Chora and Topoi: A Review of Rhetoric as a Posthuman Practice by Casey Boyle.” Composition Forum (Fall 2019), vol. 42.
“Advertising Poetry: Remix and Digital Invention.” Digital English. Eds. Naomi Milthorpe, Robert Clarke, Joanne Jones, and Robbie Moore (Spring 2019).
“Environing Media, a Review of The Undersea Network” by Nicole Starosielski. Reviewed in Digital Humanities Quarterly (Spring 2018), vol. 11, iss, 3.
“Review of Eco-Republic: What the Ancients Can Teach Us about Ethics, Virtue, and Sustainable Living” by Melissa Lane. Princeton UP, 2012. Reviewed in Journal of Ecocriticism (January 2018), vol. 7, iss. 2, pp. 14-15.
CCCC/NCTE’s Best Article on Philosophy or Theory of Technical or Scientific Communication. For “Sylvan Rhetorics: Roots and Branches of More-Than-Human Publics” (2020).
Graduate School Doctoral Dissertation Award, University of Florida (Fall 2019).
Graduate Teaching Award, Department of English, University of Florida (Spring 2018).
Graduate School Research Fellowship, University of Florida (Fall 2015-Summer 2019).
Graduate Teaching Award, Department of English, Auburn University (Spring 2014).
Harper Travel Award, South-Atlantic Modern Language Association Conference (Spring 2013).
Graduate Teaching Assistantship, Auburn University (Fall 2012-Spring 2014).
Association for the Study of Literature and Environment’s Subvention Grant: $2,000 for Articulate Detroit: Visualizing Environments (equal Co-PI with Jacob Greene), a mobile AR walking tour showcased at ASLE’s 12th biennial conference (Spring 2017).
University of Rhode Island Arts and Sciences Dean’s Summer Faculty Research Program: $5,000 for Augmenting Counter-Tourism: A Deep Mapping Project on Block Island (Summer 2021), Role: PI.
University of Florida Graduate School Doctoral Research Travel Grant: $5200 for Carrying Owls to Athens: Deep Mapping Platonic Environments, Athens, Greece (Fall 2017), Role: PI.
The Bob Graham Center for Public Service at the University of Florida’s Healthy Civic Campus & Community Grant: $3,100 (equal Co-PI with Shannon Butts, Jacob Greene, Jason Crider, and Kenneth Anderson) for Ecotour: Using Mobile Technologies to Promote Local Environmental Engagement (Fall 2017).
Intellectual Contributor, National Endowment for the Humanities: $324,865 (PI: Aaron Beveridge), “MassMine Advancement Grant for Sustainable Data-Driven Humanities Research" (Fall 2019).
Consultant, Creative Campus Catalyst Fund: $15,249 (PI: Les Thiele), UF-GNV Creative Community Collaborations Project for Augmenting Sustainability: An AR App for the UF Campus and Gainesville Community,” University of Florida (Spring 2019).
Recent Teaching Experience
University of Rhode Island, Assistant Professor (2020 to Present)
Visualizing Environmental Rhetoric (Spring 2020)
Writing in the Life Sciences (Fall 2020)
Science Writing (Fall 2020)
University of Florida, Graduate Teaching Fellow (2015 to 2020)
Upper Division (Courses Designed and Taught)
Professional Communication (Summer 2019)
Advanced Argumentation: Posthuman Writing (Summer 2018)
Advanced Exposition: Digital Rhetoric (Spring 2018)
Lower Division (Courses Designed and Taught)
Technical Writing (Summer 2017)
Writing about Invention (Spring 2017)
Writing through Media: Visualizing Environments (Fall 2016 and Fall 2017)
Recent Refereed Conferences
“Locating Digital Approaches to Science Writing” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Spokane, WA (April 2021).
“Better Metaphors: Rhetorical Ecologies and Decolonial Posthumanism.” American Society for the History of Rhetoric sponsored panel. National Communication Association. Indianapolis, IN (November 2020).
“Deep Mapping for Environmental Communication Design” Association for the Rhetoric of Science and Technology Virtual Pre-Conference at the National Communication Association Conference (November 2020).
“Sylvan Rhetorics: Roots and Branches of More-than-Human Publics.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Pittsburgh, PA (March 2019).
“Reinventing Place in an Era of Climate Change.” Rhetoric Society of America Conference. Minneapolis, MN (May 2018).
“EcoTour: Digital Rhetoric and Local Spaces.” Rhetoric Society of America Conference. Minneapolis, MN (May 2018).
“(Re)Placing Scale.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Kansas City, MI (April 2018).
“Articulate Detroit (ASLE Subvention-Grant walking tour).” Association for the Study of Literature and Environment Conference. Detroit, MI (June 2017).
“Augmented Reality and Digital Activism.” University of North Florida (Fall 2017).
“Ecopoetics and Digital Publishing” (via Skype). Texas State University (Fall 2015).
“Why Major in English Studies?” University of Montevallo (Spring 2015).
Association for the Rhetoric of Science, Technology, and Medicine
College Composition and Communication
Council for Programs in Technical and Scientific Communication
National Council of Teachers of English
Rhetoric Society of America
References available upon request.