Research

My academic research has primarily focused on histories of rhetoric and composition, particularly in institutions of higher education during the 19th and 20th centuries. In recent years, however, my interests have shifting toward theories of institutional rhetorics and bureaucracy. In addition, I am increasingly interested in writing and publishing public scholarship that contributes to discussions beyond academia.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Histories of Rhetoric and Composition
History of American Education
Institutional Rhetorics
Bureaucracy
Historiography
Archival Theories and Methods

CURRENT PROJECTS

Essay Collection: Reinventing (with) Theory in Rhetoric and Writing Studies

Reinventing (with) Theory in Rhetoric & Writing Studies collects 17 essays that take up and extend the inventive practice that characterizes Sharon Crowley’s work. The goal of this collection is to reinvent rhetoric and writing studies with new theorizing that gets us to see differently, discover new possibilities for thought & action, and effect change in the field & beyond.

Essay Collection: Faking the News: What Rhetoric Can Teach Us About Donald J. Trump. Exeter, UK: Societas, forthcoming 2018.

Faking the News: What Rhetoric Can Teach Us About Donald J. Trump is a popular press collection of 10 essays by rhetoric experts that each seek to illuminate aspects of DJT’s rhetorical game.

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