T2V Updates, Part I

A little over a year ago, I announced that Zoltan Majdik, Dave Clark, and I received a NEH Digital Humanities advancement Grant. The overall aims of the Transparency to Visibility …

COVID-19 First Week Online Lesson Plan

Much of academia is currently transitioning to online learning in the wake of COVID-19 social distancing recommendations and directives. Below is the template version of my “First Week Online” lesson …

AcWriMo Update

It’s officially December, and thus my #AcWriMo binge writing adventure has (finally) come to an end. As I mentioned in my last post, one of the things I like best …

Scott’s Guide to #AcWriMo Binge Writing

It’s Nov 1st, y’all! Who’s going to #AcWriMo with me? pic.twitter.com/Xo1RbNPtkt — Scott Graham (@easyrhetor) November 1, 2017 November is #AcWriMo! That’s Academic Writing Month, of course. A delightful re-branding …

CFP: Post-Turn Turn

Call for Papers: The Post-Turn Turn The last fifty years of humanistic inquiry have been dominated by the navigational and orientational rhetorics of turning. Recent humanistic scholarship has witnessed and …

Rhetoric & Writing Methods Survey

I’m conducting a study designed to learn more about how scholars in rhetoric and writing, broadly conceived, think about research methods and inquiry practices. If you have published one or …

A Public Affair

My friend and colleague Karma Chavez from the Department of Communication Arts at the University of Wisconsin-Madison was kind of enough to have me on her WORT 89.9 radio show, …

ARST Article of the Year Award 2015

The Association for the Rhetoric of Science and Technology’s (ARST) Article of the Year Award recognizes the most outstanding article on the rhetoric of science and technology published the preceding …