Creative Writing: Specifically dystopian fiction and satire.
Hip Hop rhetoric, Black Church rhetoric, community studies, personal narrative, documentary rhetoric, non-traditional students, theological writing
Creative Writing: Queer Literature, Horror, Intersectional Feminism/Womanism, Character-centric Narratives
Creative Writing: Fiction, mental health, gender and sexuality
Writing and Rhetoric: Academic, baseline, civic, and information literacies; news media's role in the public sphere; propaganda and fake news; first-year composition; writing program administration; applying Stasis Theory to teaching research and writing; critical thinking and logical fallacies; Kenneth Burke's theory on identification and division in relation to political power and influence.
Writing and Rhetoric: Digital rhetoric, game studies, feminist and queer theory, intersections of queer theory and video games, performativity and embodiment in gaming
Folklore: East Asian folklore, internet culture
Writing and Rhetoric: composition pedagogy, digital rhetoric and literacy, multilingual learners, minority student populations
Writing and Rhetoric: Millennial Protest/Rhetoric of Confrontation
Writing and Rhetoric: critical pedagogy, sociocultural turn of writing pedagogy, multilingual writing, second language writing, translingualism, writing across curriculum, feminist ethnographic research
Writing and Rhetoric
Writing and rhetoric: composition pedagogy, mindfulness meditation, writing centers, antiracist writing assessment, translingualism.
Creative Writing: Fiction
Creative Writing: Poetry,
Writing and Rhetoric: Visual Rhetoric, Professional and Technical Writing, Rhetoric, Writing Studies
literacy advocacy, best literacy practices, the achievement gap, high-school English and its connection with college writing/freshman composition, multiplicity as a teaching philosophy, Kenneth Burke, Richard III
Institutional Ideologies, Ideologization, Public Citizenship and Dissensus, Linguistic Justice
Folklore, Folklife, Public Folklore, Foodways, Immigrant Experience, Urban Folklore, Cultural Anthropology.
Creative Writing: Fiction
Creative Writing: ecopoetics, Modernist poetry, classical Chinese poetry, German Expressionism
Writing and Rhetoric: teacher growth and development, writing pedagogy, writing across the curriculum
Creative Writing: Literary, Speculative, and Science Fiction
Linguistics: Phonology; Linguistic Typology; Second Language Acquisition
Writing and Rhetoric: digital rhetoric, technical communication, writing across the curriculum, composition pedagogy, digital curation, theories and histories of rhetoric, digital humanities, rhetorics and poetics of memory, media ecology, medieval rhetorics and poetics