Katherine S. Flowers (PhD 2017), Making English Official: Writing and Resisting Local Language Policy.Cambridge University Press, January 2024,

Kim Hensley Owens (PhD 2007) and Derek Van Ittersum (PhD 2008), eds., Beyond Productivity: Embodied, Situated, and (Un)Balanced Faculty Writing Processes. Utah State University Press, November 2023,

Amber M. Buck (PhD 2012), Writing on the Social Network Digital Literacy Practices in Social Media's First Decade. Utah State University Press, December 2023,


Karen J. Lunsford (PhD 2003), Carl Whithaus, and Jonathan Alexander, “Activist Orientations: Wayfinding, Writing, and How Alumni Effect Change in the World,” Rhetoric Review, forthcoming (open access),

María P. Carvajal Regidor (PhD 2021), “‘I’m a Bad Writer’: Latina College Students’ Traumatic Literacy Experiences,” College English, vol. 86, no. 1, Sept. 2023, pp. 9-35,

Logan Middleton (PhD 2022), "Teaching Mutual Aid in First-Year Writing," Reflections: A Journal of Community-Engaged Writing and Rhetoric, vol. 23, no. 1, Fall 2023, pp. 36-55,

Karen J. Lunsford (PhD 2003) and Amanda Stansell, “Grappling with an Evolving Field: Developing an Undergraduate Minor in Science Communication at the University of California, Santa Barbara,” Composition Forum, vol. 52, Fall 2023,

Janet Carey Eldred and Peter Mortensen, “Returning to Literacy Narratives,” College English, vol. 85, no. 6, Jul. 2023, pp. 471-497,

Paul Prior, Julie Hengst, Bruce Kovanen (PhD 2023), Larissa Mazuchelli, Nicole Turnipseed (PhD 2021), and Ryan Ware (PhD 2022), “Rearticulating Theory and Methodology for Perezhivanie and Becoming: Tracing Flat CHAT Assemblages and Embodied Intensities,” Outlines: Critical Practice Studies, vol. 24, no. 1, 2023, pp. 4-44,

Liz Rohan (PhD 2022), “Your Good Deed Could Save the World: Fighting Austerity is a Feminist Must,” Peitho, vol. 26, no. 1, Fall 2023,

Liz Rohan (PhD 2002), “There Went the Neighborhood: Spatial Rhetoric, Spatial Occupation, Regendering and Forgetting in Mid-Century Detroit,” Rhetoric Review, vol. 42, no. 4, Fall 2023, pp. 257-271,

A. Kay Emmert, Andrew Moss, David Morris, and Andrew Bowman (PhD student), “Course Designs: BTW 250, Principles of Business Communication.” Composition Studies, vol. 51, no. 2, Fall 2023, pp. 106-116, 190-191, 193,

Carl Whithaus, Karen J. Lunsford (PhD 2003), and Jonathan Alexander, “Slipping into the World: Platforms, Scale, and Branding in Alumni’s Social Media Writing,” Computers and Composition, vol. 67, March 2023,  


Veronica House, Ada Hubris, Joyce Meier, Logan Middleton (PhD 2022), and Beverly J. Moss, CCCC Statement on Community-Engaged Scholarship and Pedagogy in Rhetoric and Composition, November 2023,