LIST OF PUBLICATIONS:
The Voice of a Nation: Mapping Documentary Expression in New America with Lauren Tilton and Taylor Arnold (under review)
The Invention of Disaster and the Rhetorics of Race, Gender and Nation (prospectus nearly complete)
Currently Under Review
“Turning Archives into Data: Archival Rhetorics and Digital Literacy in the Composition Classroom”
“Collaboration, Teaching, and Interpretation: Making Data Construction Visible” with Lauren Tilton and Taylor Arnold for publication in DH Quarterly.
“De-linking the Federal Recognition Process: The Pointe-au-Chien’s and Isle de Jean Charles’ Stories of Contesting Archival Power” as part of special feature essay with the Indigeneity and Rhetoric Collective that emerged from the Rhetoric Society of America’s Summer Institute in 2015
Referred Journal Articles and Book Chapters
2018 “The Rhetorical Power of Archives: The Federal Writers’ Project, Wikipedia, and First-year Composition.” Teaching Rhetoric and Composition through the Archives. Eds. Wendy Hayden and Tarez Samra Graban Southern Illinois Press. (forthcoming)
2015 “Archival Recognition: The Pointe-au-Chien’s and Isle de Jean Charles Band of the Biloxi-Chitmacha Confederation of Muskogees’ Fight for Federal Recognition.” Settler Colonial Studies. (5.2)
2015 “Introduction: Indigeneity and the work of settler archives.” Co-written with Adams-Campbell and Ashley Glassburn Falzetti. Settler Colonial Studies. (5.2)
2014 “Archiving Disaster and National Identity in the Digital Realm: The September 11 Digital Archive and the Hurricane Digital Memory Bank” in Identity Technologies: Producing Online Selves. Eds. Julie Rak and Anna Poletti. University of Wisconsin Press.
2013 “Collecting Disaster: National Identity and the Smithsonian’s September 11th Collection.” The Australasian Journal of American Studies (special issue on “The Material of American Studies).
2012 “Critique Matters, Too: Review of Museum Matters: In Praise of the Encyclopedic Museum by James Cuno.” E-misférica 9.1 (“On the Subject of Archives”). Eds. Marianne Hirsch and Diane Taylor.
2008 “Virtual(ly) Remembering September 11, 2001: Memorial Websites and U.S. Nationalism.” Collective Memory and Collective Knowledge in a Global Age. Centre for the Study of Global Governance, London School of Economics. Working Conference Paper.
GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS
2017 Course-based Research Experience Development Grant
2017 Carolina Seminar
2016 ACLS Digital Extension Grant
2016 Data@Carolina Course Development Grant
2016 Carolina Digital Humanities Course Development Grant
2013 University Research Council Faculty Research Grant
2009 Oakes Dissertation Fellowship, University of California, Santa Cruz
2009 Dianne Woest Fellowship in the Arts and Humanities
2009 Graduate Fellow, University of California, Washington, D.C. Program
2008 Summer Dissertation Research Fellowship, University of California, Santa