Reading and Writing in the Global Workplace
Reading and Writing in the Global Workplace: Gender, Literacy, and Outsourcing in Ghana by Beatrice Quarshie Smith explores the conditions that underlie the outsourcing of US data-processing work in Ghana. Here Beatrice Quarshie Smith describes the convergence and interplay of at least four different socio-economic forces: (1) the digital and satellite technology enabling virtual environments for global outsourced data-processing; (2) the historical development of Ghana as a politically-stable Anglophone society with a relatively strong tradition of public education; (3) the neoliberal economic restructuring policies advanced by the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund; and (4) the ready availability of women seeking to enter. . .
Feminist Rhetorical Resilience
Although it is well known in other fields, the concept of “resilience” has not been addressed explicitly by feminist rhetoricians. This collection develops it in readings of rhetorical situations across a range of social contexts and national cultures. Contributors demonstrate that resilience offers an important new conceptual frame for feminist rhetoric, with emphasis on agency, change, and hope in the daily lives of individuals or groups of individuals disempowered by social or material forces Collectively, these chapters create a robust conception of resilience as a complex rhetorical process, redeeming it from its popular association with individual heroism through an important focus on relationality, community, and an ethics of connection . . .
This is What They Say
Michigan's economic boom and bust murmurs like an omen for a now-struggling America in This Is What They Say, as poet M. Bartley Seigel reminds us, "we are all collapsing stars." If you listen close, you can hear the secret, untold desires, the "ragged, roiling rage" that emanates from the break rooms and abandoned barns of the upper Midwest. Here is the honest account of lives where "scars are replaced with more scars." This is how it feels to grow into adulthood in a first-world wasteland: the slow burn of homemade liquor, the bone-deep ache of a cavity, and the keen of metal against glass. This is the moving and tragic strain that comes between families as they attempt to "clasp arms and dive into this thing together, electric and beautiful as bullets," and This Is What They Say.
Romancing the Atom
In 1945, Albert Einstein said, "The release of atomic power has changed everything except our way of thinking … the solution to this problem lies in the heart of mankind." This statement seems more valid today than ever. Romancing the Atom: Nuclear Infatuation from the Radium Girls to Fukushima presents compelling moments that clearly depict the folly and shortsightedness of our "atomic mindset" and shed light upon current issues of nuclear power, waste disposal, and weapons development The book consists of ten nonfiction historical vignettes, including the women radium dial painters of the 1920s, the expulsion of the Bikini Island residents to create a massive "petri dish" for post-World War II bomb and radiation testing, the government-subsidized uranium rush of the 1950s and its effects on Native American communities . . .
The Intercorporeal Self
Dieter Wolfgang Adolphs
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- "Hermann Bahrs kulturkritische Revision der Moderne in seinem essayistischen und literarischen Werk der Jahre 1904 bis 1906," Adalbert-Stifter-Jahrbuch 7 (1998): 49-60. (Publication date 2001).
- "Thomas Manns Erzählung Die Betrogene: Ein literarisches ‘Farewell to America’?" Colloquia Germanica: Internationale Zeitschrift für Germanistik 32 (1999): 257-86. (Publication date 2000.)
- "Cultural Studies und Critique of Power: Eine Herausforderung für die Deutschstudien in Nordamerika," Jahrbuch Deutsch als Fremdsprache: Intercultural German Studies 25 (1999): 147-86.
- Dieter Adolphs and Egon Schwarz, “Thomas Mann,” in Concise Dictionary of World Literary Biography: German Writers (Detroit, London, et al.: Bruccoli Clark Layman, 1999) 478-99.
Victoria L. Bergvall
- Bergvall, Victoria Lee, Janet Mueller Bing, and Alice F. Freed. Rethinking Language and Gender Research: Theory and Practice. Boston: Addison Wesley Publishing Company, 1996. Print.
Sandra M. Boschetto-Sandoval
- Sandra M. Boschetto-Sandoval. The Imaginary in the Writing of Latin American Author Amanda Labarca Hubertson (1886-1975): Supplements to a Feminist Critique. New York: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2004.
- “Heidegger on Hermeneutic Rationality: Logos and World,” in International Studies in Hermeneutics and Phenomenology, vol. 3, edited by Maria Luísa Portocarrero, Luis António Umbelino, and Andrzej Wiercinski (Lit-Verlag: Berlin, 2012).
- Feminist Rhetorical Resilience, with Elizabeth Flynn and Patty Sotirin. Logan, UT: Utah State UP, 2011. Print.
- “Moving On and Beyond: STC Programmatic Assessment Models,” with Erik Hayenga and Jingfang Ren. Programmatic Perspectives. 2012. Web.
- “Static to Dynamic: Professional Identity as Inventory, Invention, and Performance in Classrooms and Workplace,” with Joanna Schreiber. Technical Communication Quarterly, forthcoming 2013. Print.
- “Send Your Soldier to the Show with Smileage: Film, Cultural Policy, and the World War I Training Camps,” Film History, forthcoming Spring 2014.
- "Performing Ordinary: Politicians, Celebrity, & the Politics of Representation on Entertainment Talk," Popular Culture Studies Journal, forthcoming 2014.
- “Politainment,” co-authored with Kristina Riegert, The International Encyclopedia of Political Communication, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, forthcoming 2014.
- “I’m Not a Celebrity but I Play One on Late-Night TV: The Problem with Politicians and Celebrity.” In Venomous Speech and Other Problems in American Political Discourse, Vol. 2, edited by Clarke Rountree, Praeger, 2013.
- “Propaganda Studies: The U.S. Interwar Years.” In Media History and the Foundations of Media Studies, Vol. 1, The International Encyclopedia of Media Studies, 578-609, edited by John Nerone and Angharad Valdivia. MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013.
- “After 4 Years of a Celebrity President,” is Romney the Anti-Celebrity Candidate?” Contributing curator, In Media Res, “Political Polarization” theme week, August 13-17, 2012; online publication: http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/imr/2012/08/13/after-4-years-celebrity-president-romney-anti-celebrity-candidate
- “Bonding with the Crowd: Silent Film Stars, Liveness, and the Public Sphere.” In Convergence Media History, edited by Janet Staiger and Sabine Hake, 117-126. New York: Routledge, 2009.
- “Celebrity Activism and 9/11: ‘A Simple Show of Unity.’” In War Isn’t Hell, It’s Entertainment: War in Modern Culture and Visual Media, edited by Rikke Schubart and Fabian Virchow, Tanja Thomas and Debra White-Stanley, 77-93. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland Publishers, 2009.
- “Making the Most Out of Fifteen Minutes: Reality TV’s Dispensable Celebrity,” Television & New Media, 9, 2 (March 2008), 87-110.
- “Traversing Authenticities: President Bartlet and Activist Sheen?” In Politicotainment: Television’s Take on the Real, edited by Kristina Riegert, 181-211. New York: Peter Lang, 2007.
Ramon A. Fonkoué
- Fonkoue, R. A., Cheng, J. S. C. S., "“Primitivist Empathy”. Translation of Carlo Severi's 'L'empathie primitiviste '." Art in Translation (online). Claudia Heide, (Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh, March 2012), 4 (1). (Accepted)
- “Visual Memes as Neutralizers of Political Dissent” has been accepted in a Special Issue of the TripleC Communication, Capitalism & Critique. Open Access Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society on Critical Visual Theory. Vol 12. N. 1 (2014): 265-276. Read More
- “’Doing a Lynndie’: Iconography of a Gesture” Visual Anthropology Journal 2013 26.5 (2013): 430-443. Read More
- “Occupy Wall Street meets Occupy Iraq: On Remembering and Forgetting in a Digital Age” Radical History Review. Fall 3013. 2013(117): 83-97. Read More
- “Digital Animalized Camouflage: A Zone of Biopolitical Indistinction” Interstitial: A Journal of Modern Culture and Events July 2013 Read More
- “Life is Waiting:” Statehood, Temporality, and Mobility at The Terminal” Transnational Subjects Journal Vol 2. N. 1 (2012). Read More
- "Abu Ghraib: A Ghostly Story” in Gender, Power, and Military Occupations: Asia Pacific and the Middle East since 1945. Eds. Christine de Matos and Rowena Ward. Routledge (March 2012). Read More
L. Syd M Johnson
- Johnson, LSM. 2014. Sport-related neurotrauma and neuroprotection: Are Return-to-Play protocols justified by paternalism? Neuroethics. DOI: 10.1007/s12152-014-9213-4
- Johnson, LSM. Needed: More honesty about death before donation. Impact Ethics. (May 2014) Read More
- Johnson, LSM. A pathway to reducing concussions in youth hockey. Concussion Litigation Reporter 2014; 2(9)
- Johnson, LSM. A tragic death, and a fight for life. Impact Ethics. Read More
- Johnson, L. Syd M., "Bioethicists as Public Advocates." Impact Ethics. (November 2013) Read More
- “Can they suffer? The ethical priority of quality of life research in disorders of consciousness" in Bioethica Forum 2013; 6(4): 129-136.
- "Abortion II: Contemporary Ethical and Legal Aspects: Ethical Perspectives" in Encyclopedia of Bioethics 4e. Ed. Jennings, Bruce. New York; Macmillan (in press).
- (Co-authored with B Partridge) “Sports concussions and sandbagging” in Bioethics Forum. (2013). Read More
- “Needed: Objective measures of subjective well-being” for NeuroEthics Women Leaders blog. (2013). Read More
- “Stable value sets, psychological well-being, and the disability paradox: ramifications for assessing decision making capacity” in AJOB Neuroscience 2013; 4(4):24-25.
- Johnson, L. Syd M., "Return to play guidelines cannot solve the football-related concussion problem" in Journal of School Health 2011; 82 (4): 180-185.
- Johnson, L. Syd M., "The Ethically Dubious Practice of Thwarting the Redemption of the Condemned" in American Journal of Bioethics 2011; 11 (10): 9-10.
- Gilbert, F., Johnson, L. Syd M., "The Impact of American Tackle Football-Related Concussion in Youth Athletes" in AJOB Neuroscience 2011; 2 (4): 48-59.
Robert R. Johnson
- Romancing the Atom: Nuclear Infatuation from the Radium Girls to Fukushima. Praeger Press, 2012
- Johnson, Robert R. User-centered Technology: A Rhetorical Theory for Computers and Other Mundane Artifacts. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1998. Print.
Karla Saari Kitalong
- Johnson, E. V., Kitalong, K. M., Gray, A. A., "Writing Across the Keweenaw: Imagining a Fusion of Educators in a Remote Rural Context", Community Literacy Journal. (July (3rd Quarter/Summer) 2012). (peer-reviewed/refereed) (Not Accepted)
- Kitalong, K. M., "From Collision to Collaboration: A New Role for Project Evaluators in the Development of Interactive Media" in Higher Education, Emerging Technologies, and Community Partnerships: Concepts, Models, and Applications. Bowdon, M., Carpenter, R., (IGI Global, 2011),. (Published)
- Kitalong, K. M., "From Collision to Collaboration: An Expanded Role for Project Evaluators in the Development of Interactive Media" in Higher Education, Emerging Technologies, and Community Partnerships: Concepts, Models, and Applications. Kitalong, K. M., (IGI Global, April (2nd Quarter/Spring) 2011), Chapter 25, 278-284. (Published)
- Marratto, Scott. The Intercorporeal Self: Merleau-Ponty on Subjectivity. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2012. Read More
- Schmidt, Lawrence E., with Scott Marratto. The End of Ethics in a Technological Society. Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press, 2008. Read More
- Marratto, Scott. “Russon’s Pharmacy: Desire, Philosophy, and the Ambiguity of ‘Mental Health.’” In Philosophical Apprenticeships: Contemporary Continental Philosophy in Canada, eds. Jay Lampert and Jason Robinson. University of Ottawa Press, 2009: 98-120.
- Marratto, Scott. “‘This power to which we are vowed’: Ipseity and Language in Merleau-Ponty’s Phenomenology.” In Time, Memory, Institution: Merleau-Ponty’s New Ontology of Self, eds. Kym Mclaren and David Morris (under review, Ohio University Press).
- “To This We Are Bound as Bodies to Wild Horses: Philosophy, Literature and Feminism in Beauvoir and Woolf” (in preparation)
- “The Ruination of the Artwork” in The Proceedings of the 47th Annual Meeting of the Heidegger Circle 2013, Southern Connecticut State University
- “The Voice of Ambiguity: Beauvoir’s Phenomenological and Literary Echoes” (under review, Hypatia: Journal of Feminist Philosophy)
- “The Finitude of the Work of Art” Studia Philosophiae Christianae: Special Issue on Heidegger and Hermeneutics (forthcoming)
- “Nicholson: Through Self-Loathing to Philosophy,” Philosophical Apprenticeships: Contemporary Continental Philosophy in Canada, eds. Lampert and Robinson. University of Ottawa Press, 82-89, 2009
Ciro A. Sandoval
- Sandoval, Ciro A., and Sandra M. Boschetto-Sandoval. José María Arguedas: Reconsiderations for Latin American Cultural Studies. Athens: Ohio University Press, 1998. Print.
M. Bartley Seigel
- This Is What They Say (Typecast, 2012)
- The Rhetoric of Pregnancy (monograph). Chicago Press, 2014
- Expecting: A Brief History of Pregnancy Advice (e-book). Chicago Press, 2014
Diane L. Shoos
- Shoos, D. L., "Representing Domestic Violence: Ambivalence and Difference in What’s Love Got to Do With It" in Masculinity Lessons: Rethinking Men's and Women's Studies. James V. Catano and Daniel A. Novak, (Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland 2011), Chapter 12, 222-240. (Published)
Jennifer Daryl Slack
- Slack, Jennifer Daryl, and J. Macgregor Wise. Culture and Technology: A Primer. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., 2005. Print.
Beatrice Quarshie Smith
- Ellingson, Laura L., and Patricia J. Sotirin. Aunting: Cultural Practices that Sustain Family and Community Life. Waco: Baylor University Press, 2010. Print.
- “Western Marxism and the Concept of Ideology Critique.” VNU Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol. 28, No. 5E (2012), 47-56. Read More
- "Learning to Learn, Learning to Earn, Learning to Consume: Neoliberalism and American Higher Education", American Studies Journal of Ukraine, March 2011, 120-7.
- "Never Grow Up, Never Grow Old: Postmodernism and the Infantilization of American Culture." In Crestianicov, Helen, ed. Sailing Uncharted Waters. Chisinau: University of Moldova Press, 2009, 71-79.
- "The Humanities and their Boundaries." JAC (Journal of Advanced Composition), Fall, 2006, 657-76. Read More
- "The Decline of Privilege and the Rise of Privatization in Public Higher Education." In Toward Deprivatized Pedagogy, edited by Diana C. Bell and Margaret Nugent. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2006, 207-17.
- "Nothing that is Human is Alien to Me: Neoliberalism and the End of Bildung." Révue des Littératures de l'Union Européenne, September 2005, 29-40. Read More
- "Gender, Class and Vocationalism in the Corporate University." Genders 35 (Spring 2002). Read More
- Growing Up Postmodern: Neoliberalism and the War on the Young (editor and introduction) Washington: Rowman and Littlefield, 2002.