RCID Student Publications in 2012


A selection of RCID student publications in 2012: 
Byrum, Kristie, “How (and Why) to Create A Corporate Social Responsibility Platform.” A Guide to Best Practices in Corporate Social Responsibility & Green PR. Vol. 4. by PR News. Access Intelligence, 2012.
Colton, Jared. “Articulating a Politics of a Reticulated Community.” Review Article of Reticulations: Jean-Luc Nancy and the Networks of the Political, Philip Armstrong. Enculturation. (May 2012) Web.
Colton, Jared. Review of Inessential Solidarity: Rhetoric and Foreigner Relations, Diane Davis. Rhetoric Review, Volume 31, Number 1 (January 2012), pp. 88-92. Print.
Fancher, Patricia. “Review of Marshall McLuhan: You Know Nothing of My Work by Douglas Coupland” Enculturation 9:2 (2011), 21 December 2011.
Henry, Sharon. “Guest Editors’ Introduction: Crossroads, not Cross Purposes: Contingency, Vulnerability, and Alliances in the Contemporary Writing Program.” Co-authored with Seth Kahn, West Chester U of PA and Amy Lynch-Binieck, Kutztown U of PA. Open Words – Special Issue 6.1 2012: 1-5.
Holmes, Steven. “Would Socrates Approve this Message? From Social Realism to Rhetorical ‘Allegorithms’ as Gaming Activism in Markus Persson’s Minecraft.” Games of Words. Ed. Zachary Waggoner. Macmillan, 2012.
Holmes, Steve. “Wither Ecocriticsm in the Era of Hyperobjects?” Review of Ecology Without Nature and The Ecological Thought, by Timothy Morton. Journal of Ecocriticism (2012).
Lind, Stephen J. (2012). “Un-defining Man: The Case for Symbolic Animal Communication.” In E. Plec (Ed.) Perspectives on Human-Animal Communication: Internatural Communication. New York: Routledge.
Lind, Stephen J. (2012). “Teaching Digital Oratory: Public Speaking 2.0.” Communication Teacher 26 (3), 163-169. DOI:10.1080/17404622.2012.659193.
McFarlane, Nicole. “Digital Memory and Narrative through ‘African American Rhetoric[s] 2.0’” Review of Keepin’ It Hushed: The Barbershop and African American Hush Harbor Rhetoric by Vorris Nunley and Digital Griots: African American Rhetoric in a Multimedia Age by Adam Banks. Enculturation (2012).
Stowe, S. Andrew. “The Inherent Interdisciplinarity of Multimodal Composition” Integrative Pathways, The Association for Interdisciplinary Studies quarterly newsletter. October 2012.
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