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Submissions from 2022

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Twitter Users’ Displays of Affect in the Global Warming Debate, Shanna Cameron, Alexandra Russell, and Luke Brake

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Geographies of Poverty: Modernist Photo Texts in the Age of Social Media, Donal Harris

Submissions from 2021

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Online social cohesion reflects real-world group action in Syria during the Arab Spring, Megan Chiovaro, Leah C. Windsor, and Alistair Windsor

A feminist and antiracist history of composition and rhetoric at oberlin college (1846–1851), Katherine Fredlund

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Effects of teaching experience and culture on choral directors' descriptions of choral tone, Emily Y. Frizzell and Leah Cathryn Windsor

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Validating the eHealth Literacy Scale in Rural Adolescents, Jarod T. Giger, Sheila Barnhart, and Fran Feltner

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Navigating a policy vacuum in the New Latino Diaspora: Teaching Spanish as a heritage language in Tennessee high schools, Inmaculada Gómez Soler and Ronald Fuentes

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From the Conference Program Co-Chairs, Elizabeth Lane and Halcyon M. Lawrence

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"Enemies within": Pat Barker's great war and margaret thatcher's new right, Carey Mickalites

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Advancing Interdisciplinary Work in Computational Communication Science, Leah Cathryn Windsor

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Not a Leaky Pipeline! Academic Success is a Game of Chutes and Ladders, Leah Cathryn Windsor, Kerry F. Crawford, and Marijke Breuning

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Women and Minorities Encouraged to Apply (Not Stay), Leah C. Windsor and Kerry F. Crawford

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Mentorship: "men in the Middle" and Their Role as Allies in Addressing Gender Bias, Leah C. Windsor and Cameron G. Thies

Submissions from 2020

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Milton, Thomas Hobbes, and the political problem of chaos, William Dean Clement

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“The Excess of Glory Obscured”: Behemoth and Anti-Theodicy in Paradise Lost, William Dean Clement

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English learners’ appropriation of English language policy at a U.S. university, Ronald Fuentes

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Transnational Sri Lankan Sinhalese family language policy: Challenges and contradictions at play in two families in the U.S., Ronald Fuentes

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August Wilson's Joe Turner's Come and Gone, Ladrica Menson-Furr

Neoliberalism in crisis, Carey James Mickalites

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Everything is (not so) Terrible!: Heuretic Glitchicism as Method for Electrate (Re)composing, Scott Sundvall

College capital and constraint agency: First-Generation immigrant emergent-bilingual students' college success, Manka Varghese and Ronald Fuentes

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The Language of Radicalization: Female Internet Recruitment to Participation in ISIS Activities, Leah Windsor

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Best Practices for Normalizing Parents in the Academy: Higher- And Lower-Order Processes and Women and Parents' Success, Leah C. Windsor and Kerry F. Crawford

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Gender in the time of COVID-19: Evaluating national leadership and COVID-19 fatalities, Leah C. Windsor, Gina Yannitell Reinhardt, and Alistair J. Windsor

Submissions from 2019

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Introduction to the Special Issue: Digital Technologies, Bodies, and Embodiments, Phil Bratta and Scott Sundvall

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A wink and a nod: The role of emojis in forming digital communities, Sage L. Graham

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Interaction and conflict in digital communication, Sage L. Graham

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Dynamic design for technical communication, Loel Kim and Liz Lane

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Kazuo Ishiguro and the Remains of Empire, Carey Mickalites

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Artificial intelligence, Scott Sundvall

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Resisting loss: Guilt and consolation in ian Mcewan's atonement, Elizabeth Weston

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Automated content analysis across six languages, Leah Cathryn Windsor, James Grayson Cupit, and Alistair James Windsor

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Local politics in an international context: a linguistic analysis of community resiliency in Memphis, TN, Leah Cathryn Windsor, Andrew J. Hampton, and James Grayson Cupit

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Unconventional methods in voynich manuscript analysis, Ivan Zelinka, Oldrich Zmeskal, and Leah Windsor

Submissions from 2018

Impact of corpus size and dimensionality of LSA spaces from Wikipedia articles on autotutor answer evaluation, Zhiqiang Cai, Arthur C. Graesser, and Leah C. Windsor

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The character of a people: Sports and pastimes in eighteenth-century Britain, Darryl P. Domingo

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Social media and the rhetorical situation: Finding common ground between students' lives and writing courses, Katherine Fredlund

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Foreign language faculty’s appropriation of an academic publishing policy at a US university, Ronald Fuentes and Inmaculada Gómez Soler

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Populism and Popular Support: Vertical Accountability, Exogenous Events, and Leader Discourse in Venezuela, Gregory J. Love and Leah C. Windsor

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Without a world: The rhetorical potential and “dark politics” of object-oriented thought, Scott Sundvall

"Where I come from it's like this": the African American lens and the critical role of the local south in teaching social justice, Terrence T. Tucker

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Leader Language and Political Survival Strategies, Leah Windsor, Nia Dowell, and Alistair Windsor

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Evaluating place in orientations of narratives of internal migration: 'Mississippi is just like a boring place to me', Lyn Wright

Submissions from 2017

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Theatre and drama, Darryl P. Domingo

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Language Teacher Identities in the Southern United States: Transforming Rural Schools, Lyn Wright Fogle and Kelly Moser

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“Be Therefore Persuaded Ladies”: Boston’s Gleaning Circle (1805–13), Katherine Fredlund

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(Im)politeness in digital communication, Sage L. Graham and Claire Hardaker

Joyce and British finance law: Adrift on the waters of international investment, Carey Mickalites

The comic uncanny in Muriel Spark's memento mori, Elizabeth Anne Weston

Submissions from 2016

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The rhetoric of diversion in english literature and culture, 1690-1760, Darryl P. Domingo

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Computational linguistics analysis of leaders during crises in authoritarian regimes, Nia M. Dowell, Leah C. Windsor, and Arthur C. Graesser

Feminist CHAT: Collaboration, nineteenth-century women's clubs, and activity theory, Katherine Fredlund

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Language, identity, and citizenship in a U.S. University: immigrant English learners’ identity (re)positioning, Ronald Fuentes

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Do you see what i see?: Teaching race in the age of colorblind America, Terrence T. Tucker

Submissions from 2015

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(IM) materiality and Chaucer's temple of mars, Cristina Maria Cervone

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Julian of norwich and John Capgrave: Foule black dede hame / hame of blyndnes, Cristina Maria Cervone

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Modernism and the Urban Frontier in the Work of Dorothy West and Helene Johnson, Cynthia Davis and Verner D. Mitchell

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Richardson's Unfamiliar Quotations: Clarissa and Early Eighteenth-Century Comedy, Darryl P. Domingo

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Relationality, friendship, and identity in digital communication, Sage Lambert Graham

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Understanding Eliot: Mass media and literary modernism in the American Century, Donal Harris

Submissions from 2014

Susanna rowson and early romantic pedagogies, Lorinda B. Cohoon

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Evaluating climate migration, Nicole Detraz and Leah Windsor

Collaboration (in) theory: Reworking the social turn's conversational imperative, William Duffy

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Transforming decorum: The sophistic appeal of Walter Rauschenbusch and the social gospel, William Duffy

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Gender, sexuality, and multilingualism in the language classroom, Lyn Wright Fogle and Kendall A. King

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Antinarcissistic Rhetoric: Reinforcing Social Inequities through Gender Performance, Katherine Fredlund

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Misalignment of teacher outcomes and student goals: Transnational migrants in an adult ESL program, Ronald Fuentes

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Labors lost: The work of devotion in Tudor literature, Joshua Phillips

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Monasticism and idleness in Spenser's late poetry, Joshua Phillips

Healing the (re)constructed self: The south, ancestors, and Maya Angelou's Down in the Delta, Terrence Tucker

Submissions from 2013

Poetics of the incarnation: Middle English writing and the leap of love, Cristina Maria Cervone

Imagining coauthorship as phased collaboration, William Duffy and John Pell

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Parental ethnotheories and family language policy in transnational adoptive families, Lyn Wright Fogle

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Family language policy and bilingual parenting, Kendall A. King and Lyn Wright Fogle

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The writing-pal: Natural language algorithms to support intelligent tutoring on writing strategies, Danielle S. McNamara, Roxanne Raine, and Rod Roscoe

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Martin amis's money: Negotiations with Literary Celebrity, Carey James Mickalites

English fictions of communal identity, 1485-1603, Joshua Phillips

Submissions from 2012

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Finding the Hook that Works: A Conversation with Alice Randall on Race, Literature and Music in the American South, Barbara Ching, Leigh Anne Duck, and Ladrica Menson-Furr

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Unbending the mind: Or, commercialized leisure and the rhetoric of eighteenth-century diversion, Darryl P. Domingo

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Well observed by the poet: Elias Brand and Richardson's British acients, Darryl P. Domingo

Second language socialization and learner agency, Lyn Wright Fogle

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Benefits and costs of exercising agency: A case study of an english learner navigating a four-year university, Ronald Fuentes

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Finding work: James Agee in the office, Donal Harris

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Fairies and a Flâneur: J. M. Barrie's commercial figure of the child, Carey Mickalites

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Modernism and market fantasy: British fictions of capital, 1910-1939, Carey James Mickalites

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Commitment rooted in loss: Kazuo Ishiguro's when we were orphans, Elizabeth Weston

Submissions from 2011

The body politic and cultural miscegenation in Sedgwick's Hope Leslie: Or, early times in the Massachusetts, Shelby L. Crosby Memphis

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Remembering is the remedy: Jane Addams's response to conflicted discourse, William Duffy

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To save and destroy: Melvin B. Tolson, Langston Hughes, and theories of the archive, Kathy Lou Schultz

(Re)claiming legacy in the post-Civil Rights South in Richard Wright's "Down by the Riverside" and Ernest Gaines's A Gathering of Old Men, Terrence Tucker

Submissions from 2010

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Interpersonal pragmatics, Miriam A. Locher and Sage Lambert Graham

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Introduction to interpersonal pragmatics, Miriam A. Locher and Sage Lambert Graham

Constitutive trauma in Edna O'Brien's The Country Girls Trilogy: The romance of reenactment, Elizabeth Weston

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Agency and communication challenges in discussions of informed consent in pediatric cancer research, Amanda J. Young, Loel Kim, and Shu Li

Submissions from 2009

Anita Scott Coleman: A Western writer of the harlem renaissance, Cynthia Davis and Verner D. Mitchell

Eugene Gordon, Dorothy West, and the saturday evening Quill Club, Cynthia Davis and Verner D. Mitchell

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Hospitalk: Politeness and hierarchical structures in interdisciplinary discharge rounds, Sage Lambert Graham

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Developing english language curriculum for online delivery, Mary Lou McCloskey, Emily A. Thrush, and Mary Elizabeth Wilson-Patton

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Guest editors' introduction: New technological spaces, Jason Swarts and Loel Kim

Submissions from 2008

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Law of the intangible: Desegregation, diversity, and the individual, Theron Britt