How do we cite in web content, and how do those citation practices affect the way we argue? How does discourse differ in far-left and far-right wing web publications? How are we limited by the language we use to talk about technological obsolescence?
I’m Director of First-Year Writing and an Assistant Professor of English writing and rhetoric at Arkansas State University. I teach classes including composition, advanced composition, composition theory, digital writing, technical writing, and business writing. I’m also an Associate Editor with Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, where I copyedit pre-production webtexts.
Outside of academia, I have written web copy, blog posts, and marketing materials for a range of companies. I wrote professionally full-time for a year with the technology repair company iFixit, where I co-wrote with and occasionally ghostwrote for the CEO, including editorials published in Wired, The Atlantic, and Business Insider.