- (906) 487-3093
- Walker 335
Associate Professor of Rhetoric and Communication, Humanities
- PhD, Pennsylvania State University
Dr. Marika Seigel teaches courses in rhetoric, technical communication, and usability. Her research interests also include these areas and, more specifically, focus on rhetorics of risk in everyday life, on feminist approaches to technical communication, and on rhetorical-cultural approaches to usability testing and research. She is working on a book (which is under advance contract with Texas Tech University Press) tentatively titled Reproductive Technologies: Pregnancy, Usability, and Technical Communication. Her work has also appeared in Rhetoric Review and the Journal of Advanced Composition.
- Vosecky, T., Seigel, M. A., Wallace, C. R., Making and Acting: Enthographic Development of a Case Study Approach. (Taylor & Francis, 2010),. (Accepted)
- Seigel, M. A., Reproductive Technologies: Pregnancy, Usability, and Technical Communication. (Texas Tech University Press),. (Revising to Resubmit)
- Seigel, Marika A., ""Usable Burke: The Piety of Documentation"", Conference on College Composition and Communication, St. Louis, MO, Oral. (March 2012 - Present).
- Brady, M A., Seigel, Marika A., Schreiber, Joanna, "Angles of Repose: Encouraging Productive Exchange among Technical Communication Programs and the Workplace", CPTSC 39th Annual Conference, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA, Oral. (October 6, 2011 - October 8, 2011).