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Lucy Johnson

Lucy Johnson is a Doctoral Candidate in Rhetoric and Composition at Washington State University. Her research focuses on visual and digital rhetoric, tracing early contact-era Latin American rhetoric and contemporary visual literacy and hybrid composing through the lens of decolonial theory. Prior to pursuing her PhD, she earned her MA in English Pedagogy at Northern Michigan University, focusing on the application of multimodal pedagogy within first-year composition.

Phil Bratta

Phil Bratta is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures at Michigan State University. He was co-chair of the 2014 Cultural Rhetorics Conference and will co-chair the 2018 Cultural Rhetorics Conference. Phil is one of the managing editors of constellations: a cultural rhetorics publishing space. His work uses an interdisciplinary approach to rhetorics of activism and art, digital rhetorics, cultural rhetorics, visual rhetorics, embodiment, digital writing and technology use, and pedagogy.

John Walter

Jason Tham

PhD candidate of Rhetoric and Scientific and Technical Communication at University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.

Erika M. Sparby

Publications:
"Digital Social Media and Aggression: Memetic Rhetoric in 4chan’s Collective Identity." Computers and Composition 45 (2017): 85-97.
"Breastfeeding, Authority, and Genre: Women’s Ethos in Wikipedia and Blogs,” with Alison Lukowski. In Establishing and Evaluating Digital Ethos and Online Credibility. IGI Global, 2016.

Jessica Reyman

Alison Lukowski

Kirstin Bone

M. Melissa Elston

Scott Reed

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