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Research Interests:
Disability Studies; Working-Class Studies; Writing Program Administration, Enlightenment-Modern Rhetorical Theory

Publications:
Barritt, Anna L. “Microcelebrity, Class, and Participatory Entitlement: The Cases of Jaclyn Hill and Jeffree Star.” The Power of Makeup: Evolving Commerce, Community, and Identity in the Modern Makeup Tutorial, edited by Clare Douglass Little, Lexington Books, 2020

Barritt, Anna L. Review of Intellectual Disability in the Twentieth Century: Transnational Perspectives on People, Policy, and Practice, edited by Jan Walmsley and Simon Jarrett. Disability Studies Quarterly, vol, 41, no. 2, 2021; forthcoming.


Research Interests: 
Rhetoric of Food; Digital Literacy; Community Literacy; Feminist Rhetoric

Bailey Brooks

Research Interests:
Creative writing; historical fiction, creative non-fiction; feminist rhetoric; AFAM studies, Native studies, Mixed Race studies, LGBTQ+ studies; Engaged Pedagogy

Publications:
“Daughter of Orisha” in The Aster Review, Vol 4, Fall 2020


Research Interests:
American literature 1900 to the present; cultural and critical theory; gender and sexuality; American popular culture

Publications:
“Nancy Drew, Sexual Deviancy, and Rewrites in Cold War America.” Clues: A Journal of Detection, vol. 37, no. 1, Spring 2019, pp. 81-90.

 

Alex Crayon

Research Interests:
Creative Writing; Narrative & the Novel; Interactive Literature; Literature in Translation; Rhetoric of Privilege; Religious Rhetoric


Research Interests:
Native American and worldwide Indigenous literature; African American literature; creative nonfiction and poetry; literary publications; Kiowa language; Southern Plains Native American music 

Academic Publications:
Daffron, Brian. Review of Traditions of the Caddo by George A. Dorsey. Mid-America Folklore, Vol. 27 Numbers 1-2, Spring/Fall 1999.  

Daffron, Brian. “An Interview with Fritz Scholder.” American Indian Art Magazine. Vol. 34, Number 1, Winter 2008.  

Daffron, Brian. Introductions to “Blind Fox and Two Girls” and “The Boy Who Turned into a Snake.” When Dream Bear Sings: Native Literatures of the Southern Plains. Gus Palmer, Jr., ed. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2018. 

Additional Publications
Indian Country Today, Native American Times, Oklahoma Gazette, OKC Business, Tribal College Journal, Wichita Tribal News 

Courtney Jacobs

Research Interests:
Post-1945 American literature; women's literature; narrative studies; affect theory; cognitive theory

 

Publications:
"Literary Genre and Emotional Experience: The After-Effects of Intergenerational Trauma in the Neo-Slave Narrative' of Toni Morrison's BelovedSPELL: Swiss Papers in English Language and Literature, vol. 38, Fall 2019. Written with Ronald Schleifer.

"Bullets and Barter:' The Force of Love Speech in Jeanette Winterson's Written on the Body." Critique: studies in Contemporary Fiction, vol. 59, no. 4, 2018.


Research Interests:
Rhetoric and Technology, Rhetorical Education, First-Year Composition, Multimodal Composition, and Sonic Rhetoric. 

Former Senior Assistant Director of First-Year Composition at OU.


Research Interests:
Native American women writers, indigenous feminism, feminist ecocriticism, indigenous digital storytelling, Multi-Ethnic American literature


Research Interests:
17th century British Literature and Drama; Renaissance and Early Modern Literature; Renaissance Medicine, Contagion Theory, and Representations  in Literature and Drama; Renaissance Consumer Culture; Modern Adaptations of Renaissance and Early Modern Literature and Drama 

Publications:
Krieger, Katy, et al. "Weigh your words: An exploration of natural word use in a fat studies course." Fat Studies 7.1 (2018): 56-68.

“Guest Rights and Gods: Historical Hospitium in Game of Thrones” in Theology and Popular Culture, ed. Matthew Brake. Lexington, Forthcoming December 2020. 

“Graduate Studies and Campus Closures” Inside Higher Ed. 24 May.


Research Interests:
Rhetoric in Military Subcultures; Rhetoric and Identity; Oral Text Traditions  


Research Interests:
The rhetoric of nostalgia, rhetorical criticism, political discourse, public writing and argumentation, rhetoric and pop culture, rhetorical education


Research Interests:
19th-20th century American literature, satire, and translation.

Publications:
Book Reviews

May, 2017 Book Review:マーク・トウェイン ポケットマスターピース 06 [Mark Twain Pocket Master Piece 06]. Journal of Mark Twain Studies 16, edited by The Japan Mark Twain Society, Nanundo.

May, 2017 Book Review:それはどっちだったか [Which Was It?]. Journal of Mark Twain Studies 16, edited by The Japan Mark Twain Society, Nanundo.

Articles

March, 2017 Summary of Master’s Thesis: Mark Twain’s Double-bind Dilemmas in Pudd’nhead Wilson. Bulletin of the Graduate Division of Letters, Arts and Sciences of Waseda University 62, Graduate School of Letters, Arts and Sciences of Waseda University.

February, 2015 『馬の物語』における男性性と女性性の表象 反帝国主義者としてのマーク・トウェインのジレンマ [Masculinity and Femininity in A Horse’s Tale: Mark Twain’s Dilemma as an Anti-Imperialist]. Horizon 47, Waseda University English and American Literature Society, pp. 12-25.

March, 2014 Graduation Thesis: マーク・トウェイン作品における「嘘」[Symbols of Lying in Mark Twain’s Novels]. Theses 2014, School of Humanities and Social Sciences English Department of Waseda University, pp. 33-76.

Translation

February, 2016 Kyoko, Hayashi. 帰る [Going Back]. Translated by Gayle K. Sato and Takahiro Seto. Horizon 48, Waseda University English and American Literature Society, pp. 16-35.


Research Interests:
Native American Literature; Indigenous Rhetoric; Semiotics of the Native Image

Kristen Wheaton

Research Interests:
The Rhetoric of Political Performance, Body, Identity and Ethos

Jake Witt

Research Interests:
African-American and Native American Literatures