Recent Faculty Publications

Robert Cassanello

"The Right to Vote and the Long Nineteenth Century in Florida," The Florida Historical Quarterly 95 (Fall:2016), 194-220.

Luis H. Favela

Favela, L. H. (Forthcoming). Consciousness is (probably) still only in the brain, even though cognition is not. Mind and Matter.
Favela, L. H. (Forthcoming). An introduction to radical embodied cognitive neuroscience. Proceedings of A Body of Knowledge - Embodied Cognition and the Arts conference CTSA UCI 8-10 Dec 2016.
Favela, L. H., & Martin, J. (2016). “Cognition” and dynamical cognitive science. Minds and Machines.
Favela, L. H., & Chemero, A. (2016). An ecological account of visual “illusions.” Florida Philosophical Review.

Scot A. French

Scot A. French, "Cabin Pond," in Marked, Unmarked, Remembered: A Geography of American Memory, eds, Andrew Lichtenstein and Alex Lichtenstein (West Virginia University, 2017).
Scot A. French, review of The Land Shall Be Deluged in Blood: A New History of the Nat Turner Revolt, by Patrick H. Breen (Oxford University Press, 2016). Journal of American History, Vol. 104, No. 1 (June 2017): 185-186.
Scot A. French, review of The Birth of a Nation, directed by Nate Parker (Fox Searchlight Pictures, 2016). The Public Historian, Vol. 39, No. 2 (May 2017): 99-103.

Bruce B. Janz

“Response to Jonathan Chimakonam, ‘Conversational Philosophy as a New School of Thought in African Philosophy: A Conversation with Bruce Janz’” Journal of World Philosophies. December 2016.
“Free Space in the Academy.” The Journal of Academic Freedom, Fall 2016.

Natasha N. Jones

Jones, N. (2017). Rhetorical narratives of black entrepreneurs: The business of race, agency, and cultural empowerment. Journal of Business and Technical Communication.

Jones, N., Moore, K., & Walton, R.  (2016). Disrupting the past to disrupt the future: An antenarrative of technical communication. Technical Communication Quarterly, 25(4), 211-229.

Jones, N. (2016). Found things: Genre, narratives, and identification in a networked activist organization. Technical Communication Quarterly, 25(4), 298-318. 

Jones, N. (2016). The technical communicator as advocate: Integrating a social justice approach in technical communication. Journal of Technical Writing and Communication, 46(3), 342-361.

Jones, N. (2016).  Narrative inquiry in human centered design: Examining silence and voice to promote social justice in design scenarios. Journal of Technical Writing and Communication, 46(4) 471-492.

Jones, N. & Wheeler, S. (2017). Document design and social justice: A universal design for documents. In E. Wardle and D. Downs (Eds.), Writing about Writing: A College Reader. 3rd edition, (pp. TBD). Boston, MA: Bedford/St. Martin’s.

Barry Mauer

“A Repulsive Monument to Stone Mountain and Black Resistance.” Rose Library Blog.    
“The Citizen Curating Project Confronts the Pulse Nightclub Shooting.”The St. John’s University Humanities Review. Volume 14, Issue 1, Spring 2017.
"A Call for Experimentation in Archiving," Illuminations: Vol. 5: No. 1, Article 6.

"The New Age of Eliminationism in America: A Conversation with David Neiwert and Barry Mauer in Orlando, Florida, April 19, 2017.” Medium.

“Making Repulsive Monuments.” Barry Jason Mauer and John Venecek. Article and comic. Text Shop Experiments, Volume 2. 

"Curating the Mystory: Ideology and Invention in the Theory Classroom," Putting Theory into Practice in the Contemporary Classroom: Theory Lessons. Becky McLaughlin. Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Rudy McDaniel

Fanfarelli, J. R. & McDaniel, R. (2017). Exploring digital badges in university courses: Relationships between quantity, engagement, and performance. Online Learning Journal 21(2).
McDaniel, R., Fanfarelli, J. R., & Lindgren, R. (2017). Creative content management: Importance, novelty, and affect as design heuristics for learning management systems. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 60(2), 183-200.
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McDaniel, R., & McDaniel, C. (2017). Making as learning: Mozilla and curriculum design. In L. Potts & M. J. Salvo (Eds.), Rhetoric and Experience Architecture (pp. 258-273). Anderson, South Carolina: Parlor Press.
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Vie, S., McDaniel, R., & Fanfarelli, J. R. (2017). Badges as architectures of experience: From signaling to communication. In L. Potts & M. J. Salvo (Eds.), Rhetoric and Experience Architecture (pp. 304-322). Anderson, South Carolina: Parlor Press.
McDaniel, R. (2017). Portal. In R. Mejia, J. Banks, & A. Adams (Eds.), 100 Greatest Video Game Franchises (pp. 144-145). Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield.

Shelley M Park

Ranjoo S. Herr and Shelley M. Park, eds., Contested Terrains: Women of Color, Third World Women, Feminisms and Geopolitics.  Special Issue of Hypatia Vol 32: 3 (Summer 2017).
Shelley M. Park and Ranjoo S. Herr, Introduction: Contested Terrains, Hypatia 32:3 (Summer 2017) 1-11.
Shelley M. Park, "Trump is Gross: Taking Political Taste (and Distaste) Seriously."  Kennedy Institute for Ethics Journal 27:2.

Shelley M. Park, 'When we handed out the crayolas, they just stared at them:' Deploying metronormativity in the war against FLDS mothers, Philosophy in the contemporary world. Vol 23:1 (Spring 2017) 71-90.

Shelley M. Park, Review of Blended: Writers on the stepfamily experience by Samantha Waltz, ed., Journal of Motherhood Initiative, Vol. 7:1 (2016).  

Shelley M. Park, Helicopter Moms and Smart Homes: Fears of the (M)other in the Surveillance State. PhiloSOPHIA, Boca Raton, FL. April 2017. 

Tison Pugh

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Chaucer on Screen: Absence, Presence, and Adapting the Canterbury Tales. Co-edited with Kathleen Coyne Kelly. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2016.

Angela R. Rounsaville

Rounsaville, Angela. “Genre Repertoires from Below: How one Student Built a Writing Life across Generations, Borders, and Communities.” Research in the Teaching of English 51.3 (February 2017): 317-340.


Anastasia Salter

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Salter, A. (2017). Jane Jensen: Gabriel Knight, Adventure Games, Hidden Objects. Bloomsbury Academic Press.

Salter, A. (2016) "Playing at empathy: Representing and experiencing emotional growth through Twine games." Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Serious Games and Applications for Health (SeGAH), Orlando, Florida. 

Blake Scott

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Meloncon, Lisa, and J. Blake Scott, eds. Methodologies for the Rhetoric of Health & Medicine. Routledge, 2017.
Scott, J. Blake, and Lisa Meloncon. "Writing and Rhetoric Majors, Disciplinarity, and Techne." Composition Forum, vol. 35, 2017, Web.
Scott, J. Blake, and Lisa Meloncon. "Manifesting Methodologies for the Rhetoric of Health & Medicine." With Lisa Meloncon. Methodologies for the Rhetoric of Health & Medicine, edited by Lisa Meloncon and J. Blake Scott. Routledge, 2017, pp. 1-23

Sonia H. Stephens

S. H. Stephens, D. E. DeLorme and S. C. Hagen. (2017) "Evaluation of the design features of interactive sea-level rise viewers for risk communication." Environmental Communication. 11(2):248-262. DOI:10.1080/17524032.2016.1167758
S. H. Stephens, August 2017. "Designer perceptions of user agency during the development of environmental risk visualization tools." SIGDOC 2017, Halifax, Canada.
S. Stephens and J. D. Applen, October 2016. “Rhetorical dimensions of social network analysis visualization for public health.” ProComm 2016, Austin TX.

Natalie Underberg-Goode

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Underberg-Goode, Natalie M. (Ed.) (2016) Special issue of Visual Ethnography on Exploring Digital Ethnography through Embodied Perspective, Role-Playing, and Community Participation and Design.  Visual Ethnography v5(2).

Underberg-Goode, Natalie M. (2016).   Photo essay:  Archaeology and Cultural Tourism on the North Coast of Peru:  Images from a Region in Transition.  Visual Ethnography 5(2):  157-159.
Underberg-Goode, Natalie M., and Carolyn Hopp  (2016).  Investigating Cultural Learning in Digital Environments through PeruDigital.  Visual Ethnography 5(2): 19-34.

Underberg-Goode, Natalie M. (2016) Conveying Peruvian Intangible Heritage through Digital Environments.  In P. Davis and M. Stefano (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Intangible Cultural Heritage.  London:  Routledge.

Underberg-Goode, Natalie M. (2016) Digital Ethnography.  In H. Friese et al. (Eds.), Handbuch Soziale Praktiken und Digitale Alltagswelten.  Berlin:  Springer.

Underberg-Goode, Natalie M. (2016).  Perspective and Role-Taking in Multimedia and Multisensory Ethnography, American Anthropological Association convention, November 2016, Minneapolis, MN.
Underberg-Goode, Natalie M., Jody Norman (chair), Ross Brand, and Eric Griffiths (2016). Panel:  Preparation, Preservation, and Presentation:  Archives and Folklife Collections.  American Folklore Society convention, October 2016, Miami, FL.

Stephanie Vie

"Pokemon Go is R.A.D.: How Game Studies and Writing Center Research Can Learn From Each Other." Invited keynote at Mid-Atlantic Writing Centers Association Conference. Reading, PA, April 1, 2017

Keri Watson

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Watson, Keri. Art of the Non-Western World. Dubuque: Great River Learning, 2017.
Watson, Keri, and Tim Reid. One More Dollar. Film. 2017.
Watson, Keri. "Curating Controversy in the Trump Era." Museums and Social Issues: A Journal of Reflective Discourse (2017). 
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Watson, Keri. “Picturing the Other: Disability and Difference in Eudora Welty’s Photographs and Stories.” Teaching the Works of Eudora Welty: Twenty-first Century Approaches. Eds. Julia Eichelberger and Mae Miller Claxton. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2018.    
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Watson, Keri and Patsy Moskal. “Scaling an Art History Reacting to the Past Game for Use at a Large Public University.” Playing to Learn with Reacting to the Past. Eds. C. Edward Watson and Thomas Chase Hagood. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.    
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Watson, Keri. "Difference and Disability: The Photography of Margaret Bourke-White.Disability and Art History. Eds. Ann Millet-Gallant and Elizabeth Howie. New York: Routledge, 2017. 
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