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
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: teacher growth and development, writing pedagogy, writing across the curriculum
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