CRDM Peer-Reviewed Publications (2016-2017)

Anson, C. M., & Moore, J. (Eds.) (2016). Critical transitions: Writing and the question of transfer. Boulder: University Press of Colorado.

Anson, C. M. (2016). A Guide to College Writing. New York: Pearson.

Bollmer, G. (2016) Inhuman Networks: Social Media and the Archaeology of Connection. New York: Bloomsbury Academic.
de Souza e Silva, A. (2016) (Editor). Dialogues on Mobile Communication. New York: Routledge.

Miller, Carolyn R., & Ashley R. Kelly, eds. (2017). Emerging Genres in New Media Environments. London: Palgrave Macmillan.*

Reaser, Jeffrey, Carolyn Adger, Walt Wolfram, and Donna Christian. (2017) Dialects at School: Educating Linguistically Diverse Students. New York: Routledge.

Wolfram, Walt & Natalie Schilling. (2016) American English: Dialects and Variation. Third edition. Cambridge/Oxford: Wiley/Blackwell.

*Co-authored with CRDM Students

Anson, C. M. (2016). The Pop Warner chronicles: A case study in contextual adaptation and the transfer of writing ability. College Composition and Communication, 67(4), 518-549.

Anson, I. G., & Anson, C. M. (2017). Assessing peer and instructor response to writing: A corpus analysis from an expert survey. Assessing Writing, 33, 12-24.

Anson, C. M., Dannels, D., Laboy, J., & Carneiro, L. (2016). Students’ perceptions of oral screencast responses to their writing: Exploring digitally mediated identities. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 30(3), 1-34.*

Bollmer, G. & Guinness, K. (in press). Phenomenology for the selfie. Cultural Politics 13:2.
de Souza e Silva, A., Duarte, F., & Damasceno, C. (in press). Creative appropriations in hybrid spaces: Mobile interfaces in art and games in Brazil. International Journal of Communication.*

de Souza e Silva, A. (2016). Pokémon Go as an HRG: Mobility, sociability, and surveillance in hybrid spaces. Mobile Media & Communication, 5(1), 20-23. doi: 10.1177/2050157916676232.

Fyfe, P. (2016). An Archaeology of Victorian Newspapers. Victorian Periodicals Review, 49(4), 546-577. doi:10.1353/vpr.2016.0039.

Fyfe, P. (2016). A Great Exhibition of Printing: The Illustrated London News Supplement Sheet (1851). Cahiers victoriens et édouardiens, (84). doi:10.4000/cve.2928.

Schwamm, L. H., Chumbler, N., Brown, E., Fonarow, G. C., Berube, D., Nystrom, K., . . . Tiner, A. C. (2017). Recommendations for the Implementation of Telehealth in Cardiovascular and Stroke Care: A Policy Statement From the American Heart Association. Circulation, 135(7). doi:10.1161/cir.0000000000000475.

Johnson, M. A., & Pettiway, K.* (2017, in press). Visual expressions of Black identity: African American and African Museum Web sites. Journal of Communication, 67(3).

Linkov, I, et al (Berube). (2017). Beyond Risk Assessment: Emerging Risk Governance for Emerging Technologies. Science: Policy Forum (In Press).

Fyfe, P., & Menke, R. (2016). Data Copperfield: A Pedagogical Experiment in Distributed Collaboration. Journal of Victorian Culture, 21(4), 559-566. doi:10.1080/13555502.2016.1233907.

Ingraham, C. (2017). The Suddener World: Photography and Ineffable Rhetoric. Philosophy & Rhetoric, 50(2), 129-152. doi:10.5325/philrhet.50.2.0129.

Ingraham, C. (2017). The Scope and Autonomy of Personal Narrative. Written Communication, 34(1), 54-74. doi:10.1177/0741088316683147.

Ingraham, C., & Reeves, J. (2016). New media, new panics. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 33(5), 455-467. doi:10.1080/15295036.2016.1227863.*    

Lauren, B., & Pigg, S. (2016). Networking in a Field of Introverts: The Egonets, Networking Practices, and Networking Technologies of Technical Communication Entrepreneurs. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 59(4), 342-362. doi:10.1109/tpc.2016.2614744.

Lee, N. M., Vandyke, M. S., & Cummins, R. G. (2017). A Missed Opportunity?: NOAA's Use of Social Media to Communicate Climate Science. Environmental Communication, 1-10. doi:10.1080/17524032.2016.1269825.

Lee, N. M., Seltzer, T., & Callison, C. (in press). Relationship building in the craft beer industry: A study of public relations within the growing artisanal and locavore movements. Public Relations Journal.

Miller, Carolyn R. (2016). Genre Innovation: Evolution, Emergence, or Something Else? Journal of Media Innovations 3(2): 4–19.

Moore, J. L., Rosinski, P., Peeples, T., Pigg, S., Rife, M. C., Brunk-Chavez, B., . . . Grabill, J. T. (2016). Revisualizing Composition: How First-Year Writers Use Composing Technologies. Computers and Composition, 39, 1-13. doi:10.1016/j.compcom.2015.11.001

Neill, M. & Lee, N. M. (2016). Roles in social media: How the practice of public relations is evolving. Public Relations Journal, 10, 1-25.

Redmond, V., Jameson, J. K., & Binder, A. R. (2016). How superior-subordinate relationship quality and conflict management styles influence an employee's use of upward dissent tactics. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 9(2), 164-172.*

Swarts, J. (2016). Composing Networks: Writing Practices on Mobile Devices. Written Communication, 33(4), 385-417.

Taylor, N. (2016). Now you’re playing with audience power: The work of watching games. Critical Studies in Media Communication.


Turner, H. N., Nguyen, M., Keller, B., Sackey, D. J., Ridolfo, J., Pigg, S., . . . Grabill, J. (2017). WIDE Research Center as an Incubator for Graduate Student Experience. Journal of Technical Writing and Communication, 47(2), 130-150. doi:10.1177/0047287517692066.

Wall, John N. (forthcoming). “Out of this silence yet I picked a welcome”: The Audience in A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” Forthcoming in Renaissance Papers 2016.

Wall, John N. (2016). “You would pluck out the heart of my mystery”: The Audience in Hamlet.” In Renaissance Papers 2015 (2016). 13-24.

Winderman, E. (2016). Times for birth: chronic and kairotic mediated temporalities in TLC’s A Baby StoryFeminist Media Studies, 17(3), 347-361. doi:10.1080/14680777.2016.1192556.

Wolfram, W., Myrick, C., Forrest, J., & Fox, M. J. (2016). The Significance of Linguistic Variation in the Speeches of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King JrAmerican Speech, 91(3), 269-300. doi:10.1215/00031283-3701015.

Digital Article:

*Co-authored with CRDM Students
Anson, C. M. (2017). I stand here ironing. In R. McClure, D. V. Goldstein, & M. A. Pemberton (Eds.). Labored: The state(ment) and future of work in composition (pp. 14-28). Anderson, SC: Parlor Press.

Anson, C. M. (2016). Crossing thresholds: What’s to know about writing across the curriculum?” In L. Adler-Kassner & E. Wardle (Eds.), Naming what we know: Threshold concepts of writing studies (pp. 203-219). Logan: Utah State University Press.

Anson, C. M. (2016). Epilogue. In D. P. Dannels, P. R. Palmerton, & A. L. Housley Gaffney, Oral communication in the disciplines (pp. 225-229). Anderson, SC: Parlor Press.

Berube, D., & Winderman, E. (2017). Nanomedicine and personalized care: Facts and fiction. In S. Mousa & R. Bawa (Eds.), The Impact of Nanobiotechnology on the Future of Medicine and Personalized Medicine. Singapore: Pan Stanford. (In press).
Bollmer, G. & Rodley, C. (2017). Scattered Speculations on the “Sociality” of Socialbots. In R. W. Gehl & M. P. Bakardjieva (Eds.), Socialbots and their Friends: Digital Media and the Automation of Sociality (pp. 147-163). New York: Routledge.             

Craig, E., Evans, S. and Taylor, N. (Forthcoming). Couples who slay together, stay together: Benefits, challenges, and relational quality among romantic couples that game. In K. Lakkaraju, G. Sukthankar and R. Wigand  (Eds.), Social Interaction in Virtual Worlds. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.*
de Souza e Silva, A., Matos-Silva, M., & Nicolaci-da-Costa, A. (in press). Location-based services in Brazil: Reframing privacy, mobility, and location. In M. Carolyn, S. Hong & B. Zelizer (Eds.), Place, Space, and Mediated Communication. New York: Routledge.

de Souza e Silva, A., Ling, R., & Humphreys, L. (2016). Location-based communication. In K. B. Jensen, R. T. Craig, J. D. Pooley, E. W. Rothenbuhler (Eds), The International Encyclopedia of Communication Theory and Philosophy (pp. 1-11). New York: Blackwell Wiley.

Duarte, F., & de Souza e Silva, A. (in press)., Mobilefest e o surgimento de uma cultura da mobilidade no Brasil. In F. Santos & R. Câmara (Eds.) Urbanidade / Mediações. Brasília: Estereográfica Editorial [Translation from, Mobilefest and the emergence of a mobile culture in Brazil (pp. 206-215). In G. Goggin, & Hjorth, L. (Eds.). The Routledge companion to mobile media].*

Fyfe, Paul. (2016). Mid-Sized Digital Pedagogy. In M. K. Gold, L. Klein (Eds.). Debates in the Digital Humanities 2016 (pp. 104-117). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. 

Kendall, T., & Wolfram, W. (2016). Engagement through data management and preservation: The North Carolina Language and Life Project and the Sociolinguistic Archive and Analysis Project. In K. Corrigan & A. Mearns (Eds.), Creating and Digitizing Language Corpora, Volume 3: Databases for Public Engagement (pp. 133-157). Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Leon, K., & Pigg, S. (2016). Conocimiento as a Path to Ethos: Gloria Anzaldúa's Networked Rhetoric. In K. J. Ryan, N. Myers, & R. Jones (Eds.), Rethinking Ethos: A Feminist Ecological Approach to Rhetoric. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press.

Pigg, S. (2016). Researching Social Media Literacies as Emergent Practice: Changes in Twitter Use After Year Two of a Longitudinal Case Study. In P. Takayoshi, & P. Thomas (Eds.), Literacy in Practice: Writing in Private, Public, and Working Lives (pp. 17-31). New York: Routledge.

Pigg, S., Hart-Davidson, W., Grabill, J. T., & Ellenbogen, K. (2016). Why People Care about Chickens and Other Lessons about Rhetoric, Public Science, and Informal Learning Environments. In A. G. Gross, & J. Buehl (Eds.), Science and the Internet: communicating knowledge in a digital age (pp. 247-265). New York: Baywood Publishing.
Reprinted in Duschl, R. A., & Bismack, A. S. (Eds.). (2016). Reconceptualizing STEM Education: the Central Role of Practices. Routledge.

Penrose, A.M. (2016). Student Ambitions and Alumni Career Paths: Expectations of the MA English Degree. In M. Strain & R. Potter (Eds.), Degree of Change: The MA in English Studies (pp. 179-196). Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English.

Pitts, E. A., & Jameson, J. K. (2016). Promoting ontological insecurity to transform the governance of science. In P. Kellett & T. Matyok (Eds.), Communication and conflict transformation: Leading-edge thoughts, practices, & engagements. Lexington Books.*

Taylor, N., de Castell, S. Jenson, J. and Hurley, R. (Forthcoming). Management (im)material: Negotiating leadership in virtual worlds. In K. Lakkaraju, G. Sukthankar & R. Wigand (Eds.), Social Interactions in the Virtual Worlds. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Wall, J. N. (2016). Gazing into Imaginary Spaces: Digital Modeling and the Representation of Reality. In L. Estill, D. Jakacki, & M. Ullyot (Eds.), Early Modern Studies and the Digital Turn (pp. 283-317). Blackwell.

Wolfram, W. (2016). Public sociolinguistic education in the United States: A proactive, comprehensive program. In R. Lawson & D. Sayers (Eds.) Sociolinguistic Research: Impact and Application (pp. 88-107). New York: Routledge.

Wolfram, W. (2016). Hoi Toid on the Outer Banks. Tar Heel Jr. Historian (pp. 10-11,21).

*Co-authored with CRDM Students​​​​​​​

Anson, C. M. "Standard: An Investigation of Text Recycling in Scientific Research Writing," 2017-2020. National Science Foundation. [$599,208; co-Principal Investigator, with Cary Moskovitz (PI), Michael Pemberton, Suzanne Hall, and Ian Anson; pending]

Anson, C. M. "The Role of Instructor and Peer Feedback in Improving the Cognitive, Interpersonal, and Intrapersonal Competencies of Student Writers in STEM Courses," 2015-2018. National Science Foundation. [880,000; Co-Principal Investigator, with Joseph Moxley (USF), Christiane Donahue (Dartmouth), Suzanne Lane (MIT, and Valerie Ross (Penn); assisted by Kendra Andrews, CRDM].*

Anson, C. M., Anson, I. G., Chen, Chen, & Reed, M. “Talking About Writing: Mining Key Concepts in Students’ Reflections on Their Drafts in Progress. Conference on College Composition and Communication Research Program, 2016-2018. [$6,785]*

Berube, David. UNC System. GRIP. CoPI. “Water Sustainability through Nanotechnology: Nanoscale Science and Engineering at the Solid-Water Interface.” $500,000 over 3 years. Funded.

Berube, David. NSF National Nanotechnology NSF NNCI Research Triangle Nanotechnology Network. CoPI. $5,500,000 over 5 years. Funded.

Cordell, Priewe, Russell, Salmi, Tiedau, Verheul (PIs) “Oceanic Exchanges: Tracing Global Information Networks in Historical Newspaper Repositories, 1840-1914 (OcEx).” Digging into Data Transatlantic Partnership Grants. (2017-2019). Fyfe serves as co-PI at NC State. ($46,000)

J. Mielke (PI), R Dodsworth, P Fyfe, & R Dodsworth. “Speech Across Dialects of English (SPADE): Developing an Integrated Speech Corpus Analysis system for assessing stability and change in spoken Cross-Atlantic English.” ($91,000) Digging into Data Transatlantic Partnership Grants (2017-2018)

P Fyfe and Q Ge. “Visual Analytics for Large-Scale Collections of Text” ($38,000). PI, Laboratory for Analytic Sciences (LAS), North Carolina State University (2016)

Kiwanuka-Tondo, J., Merritt, S., & DeMoya, M. (2017). Cross regional differences in HIV/AIDS prevalence in Tanzania: How socio-economic and cultural contexts affected perceived individual and group efficacy. The Scientific Pages of HIV and AIDS, 1(1). 1-9.

Kiwanuka-Tondo, J. & Pettiway, K. (2016). Localizing Complex Scientific Communication: ASWOT and Multi-sectoral Analysis of Communicating Climate Change. Communication Design Quarterly, 4(4), 74-85.*

Kiwanuka-Todno, J., Payton, F. C., & Pettiway, K. (2016). HIV/AIDS Stigma: Discussions from Black Female College students on the role of family, religious organizations and health institutions in promoting dialogue and dissipating shame. Journal of Black Sexuality and Behavior, 2(4), 67-91.*

N. Taylor & S. Evans. Building a feminist game dev community at NC State. $21,463.00. Administered by the ReFiguring Innovation in Games Partnership Grant, awarded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) of Canada.*

Wolfram, Walt (with Jeffrey Reaser) Co-Principal Investigators Language Variety in the South (LAVIS IV) Conference: The New South. National Science Foundation. BCS 141103 1/01/15-12/31/15. $32,180.

Wolfram, Walt Principal Investigator. “Talking Black in America: A Documentary and Outreach Program. National Science Foundation. BCS 1247567 1/01/14-2/28/17. $296,621

N. M. Lee & M. S. VanDyke. The ethics of climate change communication: Understanding practitioner and layperson perceptions of message frames. $10,000. Administered by the Faculty-Practitioner Legacy Scholar Grant, awarded by the Arthur W. Page Center.

Moreno, T. A. (Co-PI, CRDM alum), and Wiley, S.B.C. (Consultant). Programa Psicoeducativo Transmedial (Trans-media Psychological Education Program). US $226,000.  Grant awarded by the Fondo de Fomento al Desarrollo Científico y Tecnológico, FONDEF (Scientific and Technological Development Fund), Government of Chile, to develop mobile technologies for healthcare support among older adults in Chile.  Wiley will serve as a methodological consultant.*​​​​​​​

*Co-authored with CRDM Students