CCCC 2015 in Tampa, FL

Taking these queer video ideas to CCCC ’15 in Tampa! And I’m always excited to present with my friends and colleagues of Queer Theory Playground. Panel Title: Risking Method/ology for Queer Reward: Multimodality, Literacy Sponsorscape(s), and the Yearning Archive  Epigraph 1: “A queer methodology…is a scavenger methodology that uses different methods to collect and produce information […]

Cultural Rhetorics Conference 2014

The inaugural Cultural Rhetorics Conference kicks off this October! I am excited to bring my continued interest in queer video, as well as the collaborative Queer Rhetorics work of Queer Theory Playground, to the conversation. Queer Video as Cultural Rhetorics Queer videomaking offers a deep history of experimental, avant-garde, and independent moviemaking, particularly as models for meaning-making […]

Queer Multimodal Scholarship

Alexander, Jonathan, Barclay Barrios, Samantha Blackmon, Angela Crow, Keith Dorwick, Jacqueline Rhodes, and Randal Woodland. “Queerness, sexuality, technology, and writing: How do queers write ourselves when we write in cyberspace?” Computers and Composition Online (Fall 2004). Web. Alexander, Jonathan, and Jacqueline Rhodes. “Queer Rhetoric and the Pleasures of the Archive.” Enculturation (2012). Web. Crow, Angela. […]

Reflections on FemRhet ’13

Casey, lying on her side in front of a spewing fountain at Stanford.

FemRhet was a great conference this year. What was most useful in our session was the seemingly polar responses to my presentation. Most folks expressed support and interest in the non-traditional (QUEER) work I’m trying to do with this dissertation. But I got some push back on my methodology. To my defense, this presentation wasn’t […]

CCCC 2013 in Vegas

Session D.10, Thursday March 16, 3:15-4:30 Queer Methodological Praxis: A Look Into The Gender Project The Gender Project is a series of short documentaries about the lived experience of gender identity and expression; it’s also a research project on the queer composing practices of queer self-identity. This project is unique in that it’s already started, […]