Cushman and Green: Knowledge Work with the Cherokee Nation

Cushman, Ellen and Green, Erik. “Knowledge Work with the Cherokee Nation: The Pedagogy of Engaging Publics in the Praxis of New Media.” The Public Work of Rhetoric: Citizen-Scholars and Civic Engagement. Ed. by John M. Ackerman and David J. Coogan. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2010. 175-192. Print. Published in the spring 1996 issue… Continue Reading Cushman and Green: Knowledge Work with the Cherokee Nation

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Making Arguments: the Value of New Media Scholarship

Earlier this semester, I wrote a blog post that focused on the digital-visual connection in writing studies scholarship. I was interested in what Mary Hocks identifies in “Understanding Visual Rhetoric in Digital Writing Environments” (2003) about how all writing as being hybrid: “Historical studies of writing technologies have demonstrated that all writing is hybrid—it is… Continue Reading Making Arguments: the Value of New Media Scholarship

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