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I'm an assistant professor of English in the Writing, Rhetorics, and Literacies program at Arizona State University. My research explores the rhetorical potential of place-based digital writing technologies, from mobile augmented reality applications to GPS-guided audio tours. My work has appeared or is forthcoming in Composition Studies, enculturation, Computers & Composition, Communication Design Quarterly, and Kairos.

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Recent Projects

My first scholarly monograph forwards an innovative approach to how writing and rhetoric scholars might engage with the compositional affordances of mobile technologies. The book is scheduled for publication by Utah State University Press in early 2023.

In this article for Communication Design Quarterly, I outline outlining a set of speculative ethical design guidelines that communication designers can take up in their work on workplace AR systems. 

In this article for Computers and Composition, my co-authors and I investigate the algorithmic discourses surrounding mobile augmented reality (AR) technologies through the concept of the “daimon,” a figure in ancient Greek rhetoric that served as a guide for moral and ethical decision making.

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