This following list features recent publications, sorted alphabetically by faculty name. Click each name for more publications and profile information, or visit the Faculty and Staff page for all profiles.

Melody Bowdon

Gabriel, Meghan H., Danielle Atkins, Aditi Choksi, Sara Midence and Melody Bowdon. “Exploring Math Anxiety and Math Self-Efficacy among Health Administration Students.” The Journal of Health Administration Education, 36.2 (2019): 151-168.

Martha Catherine Brenckle

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Hard Letters and Folded Wings. Finishing Line Press, 2019.

Matthew Bryan

Bryan, Matthew. “Instructor’s Manual.” Writing about Writing: A College Reader, 5th ed., edited by Elizabeth Wardle and Doug Downs, Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2023.

Bryan, Matthew, Kevin Roozen, and Nichole Stack. “Taking the Field: (Re)Invigorating WAW through Conversations with University Stakeholders Outside of Rhetoric and Composition.” Next Steps: New Directions for/in Writing about Writing,” edited by Barb Bird, Doug Downs, I. Moriah McCracken, and Jan Rieman, Utah State UP, 2019.

Bryan, Matthew D. “Centering Software: Drawing on UX Research to Develop Methods of Collaborative Inquiry into Software Rhetorics within Writing Centers.” SIGDOC ’23: Proceedings of the 41st ACM International Conference on the Design of Communication, edited by Sonia Stephens, Joseph Bartolotta, and Kristin Marie Bivens, SIGDOC, 2023, pp. 36-31.

Jeremy M. Carnes

Forthcoming Carnes, Jeremy M. "Shades of Red: Indigeneity and Representation in Timothy Truman's Scout Saga." in The Other 1980s: Reframing Comics' Critical Decade. Eds. Brian Cremins and Brannon Costello. Louisiana State University Press.

Carnes, Jeremy M. "Deep Time and Vast Place: Visualizing Land/Water Relations Across Time and Space in Moonshot: The Indigenous Comics Collection." in Graphic Indigeneity: Comics in the Americas and Australasia. Ed. Frederick Aldama. University Press of Mississippi, 2020.

Carnes, Jeremy M. "'The Original Enchantment': Whiteness, Indigeneity, and Representational Logics in The New Mutants" in Unstable Masks: Whiteness and American Superhero Comics. Eds. Sean Guynes and Martin Lund. The Ohio State University Press, 2020

Nathan Holic

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Bright Lights, Medium-Sized City. Burrow Press (2019).

Jamila Kareem

Kareem, Jamila M. "Independent Black Institutions and Rhetorical Literacy Education: A Unique Voice of Color." Literacy in Composition Studies, vol. 8, no. 1, 2020,

Kareem, J. M. (2020). Independent Black Institutions and Rhetorical Literacy Education: A Unique Voice of Color. Literacy in Composition Studies8(1), 1-20. Retrieved from

Kareem, Jamila. "A Critical Race Analysis of Transition-Level Writing Curriculum to Support the Racially Diverse Two-Year College." Teaching English in the Two-Year College, vol. 46, no. 4, 2019, pp. 271-296.

Esther Milu

Browdy, R., Milu, E., Hierro, D. V., Gonzales, L. (2021). From Cohort to Family: Coalitional Stories of Love and Survivance. Composition Studies. Special Issue on “Diversity is not Equity: BIPOC Scholars Speak to Systemic Racism in the Academy and Field.” 49(2), 14-30.

Browdy, R. & Milu, E. (2022) Global Black Rhetorics: A New Framework for Engaging African and Afro-Diasporic Rhetorical Traditions. Rhetoric Society of America Quarterly. 52(3), 219-241.

Rounsaville, A, Milu, E., &. Schneier, J. (2022). Contributive Knowledge Making and Critical Language Awareness: A Justice-Oriented Paradigm for Undergraduate Research at a Hispanic Serving Institution. College English. Special Issue on Undergraduate Research, 84(6), 519-545.

Laurie A. Pinkert

Pinkert, L.A and Bowen, L. M. “Disciplinary Lifecycling: A Generative Framework for Career Trajectories in Rhetoric, Composition, and Writing Studies.” Composition Studies 49.1 (2021).

Pinkert, L.A and Moore, K. R. “Programmatic Mapping as a Rhetorical Tool for WPAs.” WPA: Writing Program Administration 44.2 (2021).

Bowen, L. M. and Pinkert, L.A. “Identities Developed, Identities Denied: Examining the Disciplinary
Activities and Disciplinary Positioning of Retirees in Rhetoric, Composition, and Writing Studies.”
College Composition and Communication 72.2 (2020).

Sherry Rankins-Robertson

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Roen, Duane, Sherry Rankins-Robertson, and Barry Maid. McGraw Guide to Writing. 5th edition. McGraw Hill (2021).

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Aurora Matzke, Louis M. Maraj, Angela Clark-Oates, Anyssa Gonzalez, and Sherry Rankins-Robertson.“Coalition as Commonplace: Centering Feminist Scholarship, Pedagogies, and Leadership Special Issue Practices” Peitho Vol 25, issue 4 (Summer 2023). 

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Angela Clark-OatesAurora Matzke and Sherry Rankins-Robertson, eds. Mike Rose: Teacher and Scholar, Writer and Friend. Special Issue of WPA: Writing Program Administration. Vol 45.2 (Spring/Summer 2022).

Kevin Roozen

Kovanen, Bruce, Nikki Turnipseed, Meagan Merkle, and Kevin Roozen. “Tracing Literate Activity across the Curriculum: Toward Embodied, Multimodal Perspectives of Disciplinary Knowing, Writing, and Becoming.” Across the Disciplines, Special issue on STEM and WAC/WID: Co-Navigating Our Shifting Currents, vol. 19, 2022, pp. 62-78.

Roozen, Kevin.Acting with Inscriptions: Expanding Perspectives of Writing, Learning, and Becoming” Journal for the Association of Expanded Perspectives on Learning, vol. 26, 2021, pp. 23-48.

Gregg, Anya, and Kevin Roozen. “Everyday Writing Researchers: A Collaborative Co-Interview Dialogue.” Grassroots Writing Research Journal, vol. 12, no. 1, 2021, pp. 151-165.

Angela R. Rounsaville

Nowacek, Rebecca, Rebecca Lorimer Leonard, and Angela Rounsaville. Writing Knowledge Transfer: Theory, Research, Pedagogy. Reference Guides to Rhetoric and Composition Series. Anderson, South Carolina: Parlor Press, 2024.

Rounsaville, Angela, Rebecca Lorimer Leonard, and Rebecca Nowacek. “Relationality in the Transfer of Writing Knowledge.” College Composition and Communication, vol. 74, no. 1, 2022, pp. 136-163. Awarded The Association for Writing Across the Curriculum's 2023 Best WAC Article or Chapter Focused on Pedagogy, Theory, or Practice. 

Joel Schneier

Schneier, J. (2023). Modeling Mobile Writing: Applying Sociocognitive Models of Writing to Mobile Contexts. Written Communication, 40(1), 3–29.

Rounsaville, A., Milu, E., & Schneier, J. (2022). 'Research is a Gift of Yours': A Place for Language Diversity in Undergraduate Research at a Hispanic Serving Institution. College English, 84(6), 519-545. 

Kester, J.*, & Schneier, J. (2021). Soft Surveillance: Social Media Filter Bubbles as an Invitation to Critical Digital Literacies. The Journal of Interactive Teaching & Pedagogy, 1(20). 

Blake Scott

Scott, J. Blake, and Laurie A. Pinkert. “Integrative Techne, Transdisciplinary Learning, and Writing Program Design.” College English, 2020, pp. 492-506.

Scott, J. Blake. “An Analytic of and Beyond Representation for the Rhetoric of Health & Medicine.” The Rhetoric of Health & Medicine As/Is, edited by Lisa Meloncon, Scott Graham, Jenell Johnson, John Lynch, and Cynthia Ryan, Ohio State UP, 2020, pp. 143-158.

Scott, J. Blake, and Catherine C. Gouge. “Theory Building in the Rhetoric of Health and Medicine” Reinventing (with) Theory in Rhetoric and Writing Studies: Essays in Honor of Sharon Crowley, edited by Andrea Alden, Kendall Gerdes, Judy Holiday, and Ryan Skinnell, Utah State UP, 2019, pp. 181-195.

Shane Wood

Wood, Shane A. (2023). Teachers Talking Writing: Perspectives on Places, Pedagogies, and Programs. The National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE): CCCC Studies in Writing and Rhetoric (SWR) Series.