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Publications from 2016

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Three Ways In: Approaches to Teaching Visual Rhetoric Through Infographics Programs, Marisa Sandoval Lamb, Jenna Sheffield, and Kristin Winet

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Choreographing Diversity and the American Experience: Myra Kinch & Group, Federal Theatre Project, 1937-1939., Margaret F. Savilonis

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She Was Always Sad: Remembering Mother in Caryl Churchill's Not Enough Oxygen and A Number, Margaret F. Savilonis

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Leveraging the Methodological Affordances of Facebook: A Model of Social Networking Strategy in Longitudinal Writing Research, Jenna Sheffield and Amy C. Kimme Hea

Publications from 2015

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Digital Scholarship and Interactivity: A Study of Commenting Features in Networked Books, Jenna Sheffield

Publications from 2013

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Got to Get Over the Hump: The Politics of Glam in the Work of Labelle and Parliament, Margaret F. Savilonis

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Open Peer Review: Collective Intelligence as a Framework for Theorizing Approaches to Peer Review in the Humanities, Jenna Sheffield

Publications from 2008

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Utopia in Absentia: Staging Possibilities in Kirk Lynn’s WAR, Margaret F. Savilonis

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Value, Voice, and Identity in Three Birds Alighting on a Field, Margaret F. Savilonis

Publications from 1990

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Usher’s Nervous Fever: The Meaning of Medicine in Poe’s ‘The Fall of the House of Usher, David E.E. Sloane