Recent Faculty Book Publications

Encyclopedia of the Black Arts Movement
Verner Mitchell
Encyclopedia of the Black Arts Movement
Rowman and Littlefield Publishers
May 2019
Rhetorical Speculations
Scott Sundvall
Rhetorical Speculations: The Future of Writing, Rhetoric, and Technology
University Press of Colorado
2019
Brides in the Sky
Cary Holladay
Brides in the Sky: Stories and a Novella
Swallow Press
January 2019
Cambridge History
Stephen Tabachnick
The Cambridge History of the Graphic Novel
Cambridge University Press
July 2018
Dead Girls Essays
Alice Bolin
Dead Girls: Essays on Surviving an American Obsession
William Morrow Paperbacks
June 2018
Silencer
Marcus Wicker
Silencer
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
September 2017

 

 

 Recent Faculty Articles and Creative Work

  • Scott Sundvall, "Digital Technologies, Bodies, and Embodiment" Special Issue of Computers and Composition. 2019.
  • Terrence Tucker, "'Where I Come From It's Like This' The African American Lens and the Critical Role of the Local South in Teaching Social Justice" Special Issue on Southern Studies, Pedagogy, and Activism, South: A Scholarly Journal. 2019.
  • Teresa Dalle, "Young Learners" TESOL Encyclopedia of English Language Teaching, First Edition. 2018.
  • Teresa Dalle and Emily Thrush, "Reading and Writing in STEM" TESOL Connections. 2018.
  • Darryl Domingo, "The Satiric Page" Options for Teaching Modern British and American Satire. 2018.
  • Katherine Fredlund, "Feminist Activism in the Core: Student Activism in Theory and Practice" Composing Feminist Interventions: Activism, Engagement, Praxis. 2018.
  • Sage Graham, "Watch the Potty Mouth: Negotiating Impoliteness in Online Gaming" Approaches to Videogame Discourse. 2018.
  • Loel Kim, "Moving Toward Patient Autonomy: A Case Study of Communication in Adolescent Cystic Fibrosis Care" Child Life Focus, 2018.
  • Liz Lane, "Considering Global Communication and Usability as Networked Engagement: Lessons for 4C4 Equality" Thinking Globally, Composing Locally: Applications for International Communications Exchange. 2018.
  • Liz Lane, "Iteration for Impact: Exploring Design Thinking and Designing for Social Change in a Client Project" Experience Report. 2018.
  • Brad McAdon, "Rhetorical Mimesis and the Mitigation of Early Christian Conflicts" Wipf and Stock. 2018.
  • Scott Sundvall, "Without a World: The Rhetorical Potential and 'Dark Politics' of Object-Oriented Thought" Philosophy and Rhetoric. 2018.
  • Darryl Domingo, "Theatre and Drama" Samuel Richardson in Context. 2017.
  • Katherine Fredlund, "'The Writing is on the Wall': Activist Rhetorics, Public Writing, and Responsible Pedagogy" Composition Forum. 2017.
  • Katherine Fredlund, "'Be Therefore Persuaded Ladies': Boston's Gleaning Circle" Rhetoric Review. 2017.
  • Romy Ghanem, "Pronunciation Features in Rating Criteria" Assessment in Second Language Pronunciation. 2017.
  • Sage Graham, "Politeness and Impoliteness in Social Media" Pragmatics of Social Media. 2017.
  • Donal Harris, "Time Inc." American Literature in Transition. 2017.
  • Donal Harris, "Getting Real: From Popular Modernism to Peripheral Realism" After the Program Era. 2017.
  • Brad McAdon, "Mark and Josephus" Alpha 1. 2017.
  • Scott Sundvall, "The First 100 Days of an Electrate President: Post-Truth, Alternative Facts, and Fake News in the Third Sophistic." Textshop Experiments 3. 2017.
  • Terrence Tucker, "In the Shadow of Cosby: Gloria Naylor's Linden Hills and the Postintegration Black Elite" Gloria Naylor's Fiction: Contemporary Explorations of Class and Capitalism. 2017.

 

 

Department of English Awards

  • Rebecca Adams- Freeburg Faculty Fellowship. 
  • Ladrica Menson-Furr- Distinguished Teaching Award. 
  • Cristina Maria Cervone- Stanford Humanities Center External Faculty Fellowship.
  • Carey Mickalites- Marcus W. Orr Center for the Humanities Faculty and Dissertation Fellowship.
  • Stephen Tabachnick- University's Alumni Award for Research in the Humanities.