Published on Brock University (http://brocku.ca)
English Language & Literature
Assistant Professor of Writing and Rhetoric,
Director of Writing, Rhetoric, and Discourse Studies Program
MA in Social Justice and Equity Studies, Affiliated Faculty
PhD Composition and Cultural Rhetoric (Syracuse University, 2009)
MA TESOL (Northern Arizona University, 1996)
BA History (University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1990)
My research interests include rhetorical theory; intersecting rhetorics of the border, the nation, immigration, and globalization; transnational feminism; postcolonial theory; ancient rhetoric and its modern reception; historiography; second language writing; and critical pedagogies.
"Stop Calling Me Names!” Rhetorics of Sovereignty and (Im)mobility in the age of the global flow." Revising and resubmitting to Rhetorical Society Quarterly.
"Troubling Citizenship: Arizona Senate Bill 1070 and the Rhetorics of “Tough” Immigration Law." Present Tense: A Journal or Rhetoric and Society. Volume 2, Issue 1. 2011.
"The Nature and Nurture of Audience: Charles Eastman's "The Soul of the Indian." Studies in American Indian Literature. 2006.
"Engaging Anti-Americanism or Why I Just Have to Laugh." Syracuse University's Speaker's Corner:SU London Newsletter, December 2006. PP. 8,10.