Exploring Rhetoric & Code
This space serves as a digital portfolio for the work I've been engaged in as a member of the faculty in the Department of English Language and Literature at the University of South Carolina and, before that, a doctoral student within the Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media program at North Carolina State University. My interests range from the rhetoric of open source software development and digital media criticism to technical communication and first-year composition. In addition, I've spent the last few years exploring some of the possibilities of physical and electrical computing with the Arduino microprocessor and the Processing IDE. Of special interest to me—although it's only recently become a focus for my work—is the promotion of the 'digital humanities,' work that connects digital technologies and methodologies within scholarship in humanities disciplines, especially as it relates to emerging research in rhetoric and composition.
This semester (Spring 2016), I'm teaching:
- ENGL 462: Technical Writing
- ENGL 791: Introduction to Research on Written Composition
On this site, you can examine the projects I've been working on recently.