Academic Publications and Presentations

Publications

Published
“Teacher-Student Relationships: A Model of Hospitality” Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture 13.3 (2013): 544-548.

In Progress
“The Space Always Wins: The Effects of Female Preaching Practices on the Meaning of Space.” Under review at Covenant Quarterly.

“Genre Function in Nonprofit Organizations.” Article in development for the International Journal of Business Communication. Expected submission July 2017.


Presentations

“I Didn’t Notice That Before: Using Genre Ecology Mapping to Understand Your Data” 20th Annual ATTW Conference, March 2017

“Purpose, Audience, and Intent: An Understanding of Nonprofit Mission through Genre.” 81st Annual International Association for Business Communication Convention, October 2016

“The Value of Nonprofit Genres to Technical Writing.” 18th Annual ATTW Conference, March 2015

“The Community is Not Your ‘Lab’: The Risks and Rewards of Developing Mutually Beneficial Relationships.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, March 2015

“Nonprofit Rhetorics: How NPOs Envision and Frame Their Work for Public Audiences.” 79th Annual International Association for Business Communication Convention, October 2014

“Out of Sight, Out of Mind: The Rhetorical Challenges of Invisible Disabilities.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, March 2014

“Mission Statements and Open-Handed Engagement: Nonprofit Collaboration at Work.” 78th Annual International Association for Business Communication Convention, October 2013

“Food for Thought: One Researcher’s Experience Applying Theory to the Field.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, March 2013

“Identifying and Theorizing Best Practices in Graduate Writing Instruction.” (with Amanda Wright Cron), Research Network Forum (CCCC), March 2013

“‘The Space Always Wins’: The Power of Female Presence on Preaching Spaces.” Duke Graduate Student Association Conference, February 2013

“Hospitality in the Classroom.” College English Association National Conference, March 2012