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Refereed Publications

Book

Articles

  • “The Use of Narrative in Undergraduate Engineering Education.” American Society for Engineering Education Papers on Engineering Education Repository, 2017. [Second author, with Gary Halada; full text]
  • “‘Alas Not Yours to Have’: Problems with Audience in High-Stakes Writing Tests, and the Promise of Felt Sense.” Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning, vol. 21, no. 1, 2016, pp. 47-68. [Full text]
  • “Standing Up for the Framework for Success.” English Journal, vol. 106, no. 2, 2016, pp. 102-04. [Login required]
  • “The Writer’s Individualized Transfer Tool: A Freeware Innovation for Fostering and Researching Transfer of Writing Skills and Knowledge.” Journal of Educational Technology Systems, vol. 44, no. 2, 2015, pp. 133-52. [Lead article in issue; abstract]
  • “Rethinking and Unthinking the Graduate Seminar.” Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture, vol. 15, no. 1, 2015, pp. 19-30. [Lead author, with Debra Rudder Lohe and Chuck Sweetman; lead article in issue; abstract]
  • “Community through Collaborative Self-Reflection: Reports on a Writing Program History and Reunion at Stony Brook University.” Composition Forum, vol. 30, 2014. [Lead author, with Pat Belanoff; full text]

Book Chapters

  • “Where’s that Confounded Bridge? Performance, Intratextuality, and Genre-Awareness Transfer.” Writing in the Performing and Visual Arts: Creating, Performing, and Teaching, edited by Steven J. Corbett, Teagan E. Decker, Betsy Cooper, and Jennifer Lemesurier, WAC Clearinghouse, 2019. [Lead author, with David Hyman; Full text]
  • “Researching Habits-of-Mind Self-Efficacy in First-Year College Writers." Contemporary Perspectives on Cognition and Writing, edited by Patricia Portanova, Michael Rifenburg, and Duane Roen, WAC Clearinghouse, 2017, pp. 271-89. [Full text]
  • “The Framework for Success as Rhetorical Common Denominator.” The Framework for Success in Postsecondary Writing: Scholarship and Applications, edited by Nicholas Behm, Sherry Rankins-Robertson, and Duane Roen, Parlor Press, 2017. [Book description; book review]
  • “Nothing Matters. Now What? Skywriting in the Contact Zone.” Collaborating(,) Literature(,) and Composition: Essays for Teachers and Writers of English, edited by Frank Gaughan and Peter H. Khost, Hampton Press, 2007, pp. 73-90. [Equal coauthorship, with Frank Gaughan]
  • “On Collaborating Without Ceasing.” Introduction. Collaborating(,) Literature(,) and Composition: Essays for Teachers and Writers of English, edited by Frank Gaughan and Peter H. Khost, Hampton Press, 2007, pp. 1-18. [Equal coauthorship, with Frank Gaughan]

Edited Collection

  • Collaborating(,) Literature(,) and Composition: Essays for Teachers and Writers of English. Hampton Press, 2007. [Equal co-editorship, with Frank Gaughan; abstract and contents]

Journal Column

  • “Reframing Readiness.” English Journal, vol. 106, nos.1-6, 2016-17. [Founder and editor, six featured columns; login required]

Published Research

  • “Survey of Postsecondary Writing Teachers' Publishing and Plans.” REx, vol. 1, 2016. [Full text]

 

Refereed Scholarship In Process

Book

  • A Humanitarian Rhetoric of Visual Representations of War-Affected Children. Utah State University Press, in process. [Equal coauthorship, with Aida Izadpanah; under contract]

Book Chapters

  • “Readiness Redefined: Toward a Pedagogy of Here and Now.” [Lead author, with Wendy Ryden and David Hyman. Accepted for inclusion in the collection Teaching at the Intersection of Cognition and Composition, eds. Michael Rifenburg, Patricia Portanova, and Duane Roen, under contract with Parlor Press]

 

Unrefereed Publication

  • “Reading, Writing, and Representing.” Inside Higher Ed, 6 Feb. 2006. [Equal coauthorship, with Frank Gaughan; full text]

 

Original Research

  • “Study of Undergraduate Use of the Writing and Transfer Tool (WATT) Open Educational Resource Mobile Learning App.” [IRB-approved research study, PI, 2018-present]
  • “Using Student Success to Increase Student Success: Improving the Writing Skills of Non-Native English Speakers.” Research study and professional development program, Project Coordinator and Co-Principal Investigator (of 2). 2016-17
  • "Investigating the Habits of Mind of First-Year Composition Students." IRB-approved research study, 2015-16, Principal Investigator
  • “Online Initiative to Foster and Research Writing-Skills Transfer Across the Curriculum and Beyond Graduation.” IRB-approved research study, 2014-15, Principal Investigator
  • “Inquiry into the Habits of Mind of Postsecondary and Secondary School Writers." IRB-approved research study, 2014-15, Principal Investigator
  • “Study of Writing Transfer in Stony Brook University’s College of Arts and Sciences.” IRB-approved research study, 2014-15, Co-Principal Investigator (of 2)
  • “Examination of Habits of Mind in First-Year Writing Students’ Self-Reports, Written Work, and Text-Based Interviews.” IRB-approved research study, 2013, Principal Investigator
  • “Survey of Contingent Postsecondary Writing Teachers with Literature Ph.D.s." IRB-approved national online survey, 2013, Principal Investigator
  • “Mindfulness in the Classroom.” IRB-approved research study, 2012, Principal Investigator

 

Invited Presentations

  • “A Dialogue with Peter Khost about Graduate Education in English,” speaker. Rutgers-Newark English Department Graduate Faculty Lecture. Rutgers University-Newark, spring 2016
  • “Faculty Development Workshop on Writing Assignments,” panelist. Office of the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Stony Brook University, fall 2015

  • “Rhetor Response Theory,” guest lecturer. Stony Brook University English Department and Program in Writing and Rhetoric graduate course EGL/WRT 698: Practicum in Teaching of Writing, fall 2015

  • Performance, Pedagogy, and Professional Development,” workshop leader and speaker. 9th Annual Integrated Disciplinary Education for Academic Scholarship Symposium of Nassau County College (NCC). Supported by funding from NCC and NCC Alumni Association, Nov. 2014

  • “Performance and Teaching,” guest lecturer. Stony Brook University English Department Teacher Education Program course EGL 441: Methods II, fall semesters, 2013-2016
  • “Why and How the Framework for Success Should Become Writing Studies’ Common Denominator,” speaker. WPA Metropolitan Affiliate Symposium, Feb. 2013
  • “Writing About Science for the Public,” workshop leader, speaker, and event emcee.  New York Academy of Scientists, Mar. 2012
  • “Researching and Writing Ethnography,” guest lecturer. Stony Brook University Anthropology Department course ANT 310, spring 2010
  • “External Review Report,” speaker and external reviewer.  St. Francis College (NY) English Department, 2009

 

Scholarly Conferences

  • “Report on a Study of Writing Transfer, and How and Why We Created the Writing Connectivity Research Lab,” speaker. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2018

  • “Report on a Study of Writing Transfer in a New Writing Minor Program,” speaker. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2016

  • “Moving from Pro Forma to Performa: Music and Performance in the Writing Classroom,” workshop leader. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2016

  • “Using Freeware to Foster and Research Writing Transfer Across the Curriculum and Beyond Graduation,” speaker. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2015

  • “Multimodal Embodied Pedagogy for the 21st Century,” workshop leader. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2015

  • “Online Initiative to Foster and Research Writing-Skills Transfer Across the Curriculum and Beyond,” speaker. Annual SUNY Conference on Instruction and Technology, 2015

  • "What WPAs, Graduate Literature Faculty, and Contingent Writing Teachers Can Do to Improve NTT Scholarship," presenter. Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association, 2014
  • “Open To Debate: Research-Based Strategies for Disputing ‘College-Readiness’ in Writing,” speaker. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2014
  • Sing, Act, Engage: A Workshop on Performance, Pedagogy, and Professional Development.” Workshop leader. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2014
  • “The ‘Habits of Mind’ (and More) as Grad Seminar Teaching Tools,” presenter. Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association, 2013
  • “Original Research and Positions on the Framework for Success’s ‘Habits of Mind.’” Annual Conference of the Council of Writing Program Administrators, 2013
  • “Why and How the Framework for Success Should Become Writing Studies’ Common Denominator,” presenter. Annual Convention of the National Council of Teachers of English, 2013
  • “Pedagogical Feeled Notes: Unthinking the Graduate Seminar Term Paper,” presenter. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2012
  • “Scholarship and the Non-Tenuretrack PhD: What to Do, How, and Why(?),” presenter. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2011
  • “A PhD is a Terrible Thing to Waste: Scholarship off the Tenure Track,” presenter. Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association, 2011           
  • “Chaucer’s Rhetoric of Emotions: The Book of the Duchess, Felt Sense, and Loss,” presenter. Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association, 2011
  • “O Pioneers? What 66% of Us Need to Know about Publish or Perish,” presenter. Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association, 2008  
  • “Professional Literacy and the Next Generation Compositionist: The Case for a Utopian Framework,” presenter. Annual Convention of the National Council of Teachers of English, 2007      
  • “Orpheus and the Allegory of the Save: On Communicative Proximity,” presenter. Annual Convention of the South Atlantic Modern Language Association, 2006
  • “Reading, Writing, and Representing: Long Divisions in Literature and Composition,” presenter. Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association, 2005
  • “Writing Teacher in the Middle: The Instructor In and Outside the Academy,” presenter. Annual Convention of the South Atlantic Modern Language Association, 2005
  • “E-Flirts;-) The Rhetoric of Courtly ‘Self’ Presentation,” presenter. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2004
  • “Another Side of Composition: The Pleasure of Work, The Work of Pleasure,” presenter. Annual Convention of the South Atlantic Modern Language Association, 2004
  • “Knowing What We Feel, Feeling What We Know: Accessing ‘Felt Sense’ in Our Writing, Our Teaching, and Our Thinking,” workshop leader. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2003
  • “Having Trouble Writing, Troubling Writing, Getting into Trouble Writing, or How Gertrude Stein Complicated our Relationship with Rubrics and Academic Writing,” presenter. Annual Convention of the South Atlantic Modern Language Association, 2003
  • “The Anxiety of Online Discussion Board Composition,” presenter. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2002
  • “The Dynamic of Identity Themes in English Composition,” presenter. Annual Convention of the South Atlantic Modern Language Association, 2002
  • “Pedagogical Strategies for Writing Instructors: Rethinking Approaches, Revitalizing the Classroom,” presenter. Annual Convention of the National Council of Teachers of English, 2001
  • “Electronic Rhetoric: Computers in the Writing Class,” panel chair. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, 1999
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