Folklore: contemporary legend, working class narratives
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
Folklore: Folk art & craft, folk medicine, foodways
Literature: Contemporary Literature, Cultural Studies, Folklore, Postcolonial Studies, Ecocriticism, Gender Studies
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.
Folklore: East Asian folklore, internet culture
Writing and Rhetoric: composition pedagogy, digital rhetoric and literacy, multilingual learners, minority student populations
Creative Writing: Creative Nonfiction Writing, Publishing, and Editing
Linguistics: Second Language acquisition EFL Comparative linguistics
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: Professional and technical communication, public rhetoric, accessibility, rhetoric of disability
Creative Writing: Fiction
Creative Writing: queer literature, women & gender studies, personal narratives
Linguistics: Phonetics, Phonology, Second Language Acquisition, Language Documentation and Revitalization
Writing and Rhetoric: Visual Rhetoric, Professional and Technical Writing, Rhetoric, Writing Studies
Linguistics: Phonetics, Phonology, Second Language Acquisition
reading in freshman composition, reading and writing identities, inequity and racism connected to literacy/literacies, the science of reading, K-12 language practices and their connections with college writing, multiplicity as a teaching philosophy and methodological phenomenon, 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
Morphology, Syntax, Computational Linguistics, Semantics & Pragmatics
Creative Writing: ecopoetics, Modernist poetry, classical Chinese poetry, German Expressionism
Writing and Rhetoric: Writing studies, rhetoric of true crime, transfer of learning, writing threshold concepts, pedagogy
Writing and Rhetoric: teacher growth and development, writing pedagogy, writing across the curriculum
Creative Writing: Literary, Speculative, and Science Fiction
Linguistics: Phonology; Literary Forensic Analysis; Computational Linguistics; Natural Language Processing
Creative Writing: Film and media studies, environmental studies, ecopoetry, queer poetry, queer studies, gender and identity studies.
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
Writing and Rhetoric: Rhetoric of health and medicine, invitational rhetoric, medical writing