Michigan State University
Cultural Rhetorics (WRA 848). Spring 2021.
Research Colloquium (WRA 885). Fall 2020 and 2014.
Contemporary Theories of Rhetoric (WRA 882). Spring 2020 and 2019.
Writing Workshop (WRA 853). Spring 2018 and 2017.
Histories and Theories of Rhetorics (WRA 805). Fall 2016.
Academic Memoirs Across Media (WRA 891). Fall 2015.
Introduction to Documentary Filmmaking (MI/FLM/JRN/WRA 325). Spring 2021.
Rhetoric, Leadership, and Innovation (WRA 401). Fall 2020.
Writing and Multimodality (WRA 325). Fall 2019.
Advanced Multimedia Writing (WRA 425). Spring 2019, 2018, and 2017.
Documentary History and Theory (MI/FLM/JRN/WRA 211). Fall 2019, 2018, and 2016.
Visual Rhetoric (WRA 360). Spring 2016, Fall 2015.
Rhetoric, Persuasion, and Culture (WRA 260), Spring 2015, Fall 2013.
Women in America (WRA 140), Spring 2015.
Introduction to Multimedia Writing: Digital Video Composing (WRA 225), Fall 2014 and 2013.
Major Topics in American Thought (WRA 195H), Spring 2014.
First-Year Composition (English 106)—Pop Culture Approach, Fall 2008, Spring 2009, Spring 2010, Fall 2010, Spring 2010, Summer 2011, Fall 2011, Spring 2012, Fall 2012, Spring 2013. Class Themes: Digital Cultural Ecologies, Otherness, Utopias and Dystopias, and Heroes, Superheroes, and Antiheroes.
First-Year Composition (English 108)—Service Learning, Spring 2010, Fall 2011. Class Theme: Memoirs
Film Studies (English 286—The Movies), Fall 2009, Fall 2010.
The University of Akron
Honors First-Year Composition (English 112), Spring 2008
First-Year Composition (English 112), Fall 2007, Spring 2008
First-Year Composition (English 111), Fall 2007, Spring 2008
First-Year Composition for Basic Writers (English 111), Fall 2007, Spring 2008
Creative Writing Workshop (B.A. Discussion), Summer 2003
Graduate Supervisory Committee
Doctoral Committee Chair
Suban Nur Cooley. October 2016-June 2018. Rhetoric & Writing.
Shewonda Leger. October 2015-August 2017. Rhetoric & Writing.
Masters Committee Chair
Mitch Carr. November 2020-present. Digital Rhetoric and Professional Writing.
Jared Milburn. (Co-Chair with Ben Lauren). January 2019-August 2020. “I.M. Myself: A Progression Aesthetically in Hip Hop.” Digital Rhetoric and Professional Writing.
Analisa Skeen. February 2017-May 2018. “Rhetorics of the Wild: Land Relations in the National Park Service.” Critical Studies in Literacy and Pedagogy.
Naomi Sweo. November 2016-May 2017. “Webbed Space: Online Feminist Discourse in the Fourth Wave.” May 2017. Critical Studies in Literacy and Pedagogy.
Doctoral Committee Member
Jeanetta Mohlke-Hill. January 2021-present. Rhetoric & Writing.
Ruby Mendoza. January 2021-present. Rhetoric & Writing.
Stephie Kang. March 2020-present. Rhetoric & Writing.
Vee Lawson. April 2020-present. Rhetoric & Writing.
Tania de Sostoa-McCue. January 2017-present. Rhetoric & Writing.
Cat Jennings. January 2017-May 2020. Rhetoric & Writing. “From Arrows to Archives: Gathering Oklahoma Stories.”
Les Hutchinson. September 2016-May 2018. Rhetoric & Writing.
Erin Alvarez. November 2015-present. Chicano/Latino Studies.
Eric Rodriguez. January 2017-September 2018. Rhetoric & Writing.
Jaquetta Shade. October 2016-May 2018. “Wishi Stories: Rhetorical Strategies of Survivance and Continuance in Oklahoma Cherokee Foodways.” Rhetoric & Writing.
Anne von Petersdorff. November 2015-May 2018. “Unexpected Journeys: At the Crossroads of Collaborative Filmmaking and Feminist Scholarship.” German Studies/Digital Humanities.
Lami Fofana. October 2015-May 2016. “Uncommon Standard American English Accents, Like Bodies, Still Matter.” Rhetoric & Writing.
Laura Gonzales. October 2014-May 2016. “Sites of Translation: What Multilinguals Can Teach Us About Writing, Rhetoric, and Technology.” Rhetoric & Writing.
Masters Committee Member
Adrianna Aviles. February 2021-present. Critical Studies in Literacy and Pedagogy.
Allie McLary. February 2018-present. Rhetoric & Professional Writing.
Jessica Gibbons. February 2018-May 2019. Successfully completed portfolio option for graduation. Rhetoric & Professional Writing.
Garrett Colón. February 2017-May 2018. “Rewriting the Narrative: Conversations on Failure, Success, and Community Identities in a Puerto Rican Detroit.” Critical Studies in Literacy and Pedagogy.
Autumn Laws. February 2017-July 2017. Critical Studies in Literacy and Pedagogy.
Primary and Secondary School Teaching
Jean Moulin And Lyautay Elementary Schools
La Roche-sur-Yon and Le Mans, France
English as a Second Language. Fall 2005-Spring 2007
Family Learning Center
Creative Writing Workshop (Project Outreach). Spring 2003
Athens High School
Creative Writing Workshop. Fall 1999, Spring 2000
Alexander Middle School
Creative Writing Workshop (Tag Tutoring). Spring 1999