Research

My research focuses on rhetoric, writing, and disability. My current project focuses on disability, admissions essays, and teaching college writing. I am also working on a book about disability and rhetorical negotiation, which explores infertility as disability, stuttering in families, food access and GI distress, and more.

For full copies of certain publications, see my academia.edu site.

Articles and Book Chapters:

Reviews:

A Few Recent Conference Papers

  • “Interdependency, Disability, and DSP.” Council of Writing Program Administrators (CWPA). Reno, NV. July 2020, delayed to July 2021 (due COVID-19)
  • “Rhetorical Methods for Mapping Access.” Special Format Presentation. Rhetoric Society of America (RSA). Portland, OR. May 2020 (accepted, canceled due to COVID-19)
  • “It’s Okay I Just Won’t Eat: Food Choice, Food Limitation, and the Rhetorical Exclusion of Disabled Eaters.” Rhetoric Society of America (RSA). Portland, OR. May 2020 (accepted, canceled due to COVID-19)
  • “Ethical Teaching With/Across Difference.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Milwaukee. March 2020 (accepted, canceled due to COVID-19)
  • “Disability Accommodations and the AWPE: Layers of Inaccessibility.” University of California Writing Program Conference. Merced, CA. November 3, 2018. 
  • “Illusions of Choice: Feminist Rhetoric, Infertility, and Student‐Centered Pedagogy.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. March 17, 2018.
  • “Damn Right I Failed: Self‐Care, Ableism, and Trauma.” (revised title) Conference on College Composition and Communication. March 17, 2017. (featured panel by the Standing Group on Disability Studies)

Editorial Work

This is my favorite timeline of the "creative process" by Toothpaste for Dinner. It begins on the left with "work begins," then goes into the longest section of "fuck off," then "panic," then "all the work while crying," then deadline. HA!

 

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