Curriculum Vitae


University of Florida
Ph.D. in English, 2018

Clemson University
M.A. in English, 2013

University of North Florida
B.A. in English, 2010

Academic Positions

Assistant Professor of English, Arizona State University (2018-present)

Graduate Instructor, University of Florida (2013-2018)

Teaching Mentor Fellow, University of Florida Writing Program (2016)

Graduate Instructor, Clemson University (2012-2013)

Editorial Assistant, Clemson University Digital Press (2011-2012)

Writing Tutor, Clemson University Student Athlete Center (summer 2012)

Fellowships, Grants, & Awards

($4,881) “Storytelling on Location: Emerging Modalities of Place-Based Writing”
Seed Grant, 2019
Arizona State University, Institute for Humanities Research

($3,100) “EcoTour: Mobile Technologies to Promote Environmental Engagement”
Healthy Civic Campus & Community Grant, April 2017
University of Florida, Bob Graham Center for Public Service
Roles: Grant writer, Lead mobile app developer
Applicants: Jacob Greene, Shannon Butts, Madison Jones, Jason Crider, Kenny Anderson

($2,000) “Articulated Detroit: Visualizing Environments”
ASLE Subvention Grant. 2016.
Roles: Grant writer, Content developer
Applicants: Jacob Greene and Madison Jones

($1,000) New Scholar Award.
Digital Humanities Conference. 2016.

($1,000) Travel Award.
Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere.
University of Florida. 2016.

($500) Graduate Teaching Award.
University of Florida College of Liberal Arts & Sciences. 2017.

Difference Maker Teaching Award.
Clemson University. 2013.


Peer-Reviewed Articles

“Articulate Detroit: Visualizing Environments with Augmented Reality,” with Madison Jones. Computers and Composition Online, 2019.

“Writing through Podcasts.” Composition Studies, vol. 46, no.2, fall 2018.

“Augmented Velorutionaries: Digital Rhetoric, Memorials, and Public Discourse,” with Madison Jones. Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, vol. 21, no.1, fall 2017 (Topoi).

“From Augmentation to Articulation: (Hyper)linking the Locations of Public Writing.” Enculturation: A Journal of Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture, vol. 24, 2017.

“Premediating Ecological Crisis: A Visual Rhetoric of Florida Sinkholes.”
The Journal of Florida Studies, vol. 1, no. 4, 2015, pp. 0-25.

Invited Articles

“Designing Augmented Reality Experiences for Historical and Genealogical Research.” The Florida Genealogist, vol. 38, no. 2, 2015.

“The Media’s Dirty War on Occupy.” Against the Current, July/August 2012, pp. 9-10.

Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters

“Re-framing Hope: Remixing with Mobile Augmented Reality.” Forthcoming in Doing Visual Studies. Edited by Laurie Gries, Aaron Beveridge, and Blake Hallinan.

“Teaching Media Critique Through The Colbert Report: Toward a Parodic Pedagogy.” Through a Distorted Lens: Media as Curricula and Pedagogy in the 21st Century. Ed. Goldstein, Rebecca and Laura Nicosia. Sense Publishers, 2017.

Peer-Reviewed Tutorials

“Introduction to Mobile Augmented Reality Development in Unity.”
Programming Historian. (24 July 2016).


Augmented Reality: Innovative Perspectives across Art, Industry, and Academia. Ed. Sean Morey and John Tinnell. Computers and Composition Online, spring 2017.

Digital Projects

“Articulating Detroit: Visualizing Environments.“ Location-based augmented reality tour funded through an Association for the Study of Literature and Environment (ASLE) subvention grant and presented at 2017 ASLE conference in Detroit, MI.

“Super PAC Scramble.“ Mobile augmented reality game that educates players about Super PAC donations during the 2016 presidential election.


See teaching page for course descriptions and sample syllabi

University of Florida, Upper Division

Advanced Exposition: Writing with Sound (spring & summer 2017)

Advanced Argumentative Writing: Digital Rhetoric (summer 2016)

Writing in the Disciplines (summer 2014)

University of Florida

Writing Through Media: Augmented Reality (fall 2014, spring 2016)

Technical Writing (summer 2015)

Writing about Screens (spring 2015)

Rhetoric and Academic Research (fall 2013, spring 2014)

Introduction to College Writing (fall 2016, fall 2017)

Survey of American Literature (fall 2015)

Clemson University

Accelerated Composition (fall 2012, spring 2013)


“Listen: Embodied Sound and Place-Based Invention.”
Conference on College Composition and Communication. Pittsburgh, PA. (2019).

“EcoTour: Digital Rhetoric and Local Spaces.”
Rhetoric Society of America. Minneapolis, MN. (2018).

“Before and After Climate Change.”
Computers and Writing. Fairfax, VA. (2018).

“Modular Writing.”
Conference on College Composition and Communication. Kansas City, MO. (2018).

“From Augmentation to Articulation.”
Conference on College Composition and Communication. Portland, OR. (2017).

“Your Story is Ready to View: Autorhetorics and Augmented Reality.”
Rhetoric Society of America. Atlanta, GA. (2016).

“Digital Counterpublics: Writing Action through Augmented Reality Criticisms.”
Conference on College Composition and Communication. Houston, TX. (2016).

“Writing Through Augmented Reality.”
Conference on College Composition and Communication. Tampa, FL. (2015).

“Beyond Gimmick: Augmenting Technical Writing Pedagogy.”
Association of Teachers of Technical Writing. Tampa, FL. (2015).

“Gestural Rhetorics and the Natural User Interface.”
Cultural Rhetorics Conference. East Lansing, MI. (2014).

“Would Walter Benjamin Play the XBox Kinect?”
Critiquing Culture Conference. Fairfax, VA. (2012)

“Designing Waste in Media Representations of the Occupy Movement.”
Indiana University English Graduate Student Conference. Bloomington, IN. (2012).

Invited Presentations and Workshops

“Composition Exploder: Medium-Specificity in Digital Writing Pedagogy.”” Keynote Presentation, Arizona State University Composition Conference. (2019).

“Introduction to Augmented Reality.” Faculty and Student Workshop. Marston Science Library, University of Florida. (2016).

“Mobilizing the Humanities with Augmented Reality.” Faculty and Graduate Student Workshop. Department of Religion, University of Florida. (2015).

“What is Augmented Reality Criticism?”
Co-presentation with Sidney I. Dobrin. Marston Science Library iSTEAM Speaker Series. University of Florida. (2015).

“Augmented Reality.” Faculty Workshop. University of North Florida. (2015).

“MassMine: Creating, Curating, and Data Mining Social Media.” Co-presentation with Aaron Beveridge. University of Florida Digitial Humanities Working Group Training. (2014).


Augmented Reality Coordinator, Trace Innovation Initiative (2014-Present)

Copy Editor, Enculturation (2016-Present)

President (2016-2017), Treasurer (2014-2016), Digital Assembly Symposium

Theme Selection Committee Chair, University of Florida Writing Program (spring 2014)

Writing Tutor, Clemson University Student Athlete Center (summer 2012)

Technical Skills

Augmented reality development: Vuforia SDK, Unity Game Engine, Aurasma

Web design: HTML, CSS, Foundation

Multimedia production: InDesign, Photoshop, Premiere, Audacity

Professional Memberships

National Council of Teachers of English (since 2015)

Rhetoric Society of America (since 2016)