Thank you for visiting  the site documenting my academic and professional work. I am an Associate Professor of English at Florida State University, with special interests in histories of rhetoric, histories and theories of composition, feminist rhetorical theory, digital humanities, global rhetorics, and multilingualism. I teach primarily in the Editing, Writing, and Media undergraduate major and in the Rhetoric and Composition graduate program, and I regularly lead a Digital Humanities discussion group and collaboratory. Frequently, I teach students in and about archives and archival practices. I am also affiliated with the Demos Center Project for the Study of Data Humanities at FSU.

In both teaching and research, I consider intersections of language, class, ethnicity, memory, and/or privilege, and I promote an understanding of critical and historical methods that equip writers and readers for more informed civic engagement. Every few years, I work within a thematic strand at the intersection of several interests. For example, I recently completed a book at the intersection of rhetoric, feminism, history and language, and I am working on another project at the intersection of rhetoric, digital humanities, historiography, and archives. I am also currently conducting transnational research on archives in southern Africa.

From 2018-2020, I am serving as President of the Coalition of Feminist Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition, and for the past several years, I have been co-chairing a Special Interest Group in “Non-Western/Global Rhetorics” for the Conference on College Composition and Communication (learn more about this group on the 3/15/18 CCCC podcast, starting at 26:15). Recently, I joined the CCCC’s new Wikipedia Initiative Task Force.

Please feel free to browse, or to contact me via FSU. The views indirectly or directly expressed throughout this site are my own, and do not reflect the university, department, or program.