Presentations and Publications

Invited Lectures and Conference Presentations
Rhetoric
“'Simply the Best?': Constructing Identity, Promoting Fear, and Generating Rhetoric in the Enclaves of Northern Ireland" Pending Presentation at Crossing Borders: Histories, Theories, and Identities, University of Glamorgan, Wales (Dec. 2004)
<http://www.ravenndragon.net/proposal.html>

“Demonstrating Defiance and Decorum: A Multimedia Performance of Ideas and Themes Posited by 20th and 21St Century Female Rhetors” co-presentation, Feminisms and Rhetorics, Ohio State University (Oct. 2003)


“Accessing Northern Ireland: Online Discourse and the Nontraditional Rhetorical Situation” Computers & Writing, Purdue University (May 2003)

“Troubling Northern Ireland: Transforming Nontraditional Rhetoric for Composition Classes” Conference on College Composition and Communication, New York, NY (March 2003)


“Unlike the ‘Other’: Visual Scapegoating in Northern Ireland” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Chicago, IL (March 2002)

“Digitalizing the Gap: Putting Northern Ireland’s Murals Online” Computers & Writing, Ball State University (May 2001)

“Recycling Old Tech for a New Vision: Connecting Milton to Turing to Classroom Cyborgs” Computers & Writing, Ball State University (May 2001)

“Peace and Protest: Murals in Northern Ireland” Invited Guest Lecture for Northern Ireland Seminar at the Center for Irish Studies, Catholic University of America (Nov. 2000)

“Is There an Intertext in This Hypertext? Online Context and the Murals in Northern Ireland” American Conference for Irish Studies, College of Mount St. Vincent (Oct. 2000)

“Woman or Ireland?: The Rhetoric of Values in Ireland’s Suffs/Fenians Debate” American Conference for Irish Studies, University of Limerick, IRL (Jun. 2000)

“Walking and Talking: Aristotle and the Peripatetic Nature of Virtual Space” Computers & Writing 2000, Fort Worth, TX (May 2000)

“From Celebration to Protest: Analysis of the Belfast Wall Murals” College English Association Conference, Charleston, SC (Apr. 2000)

“Familiar Talk: Invitational Rhetoric and Marion Harland” Gorgias Conference University of Texas-Dallas (Spring 2000)

“Dialectic to Dialogue: Aristotle’s Peripatetic School Meets Virtual Space” Federation of North Texas Universities Conference: Emerging Rhetorics, Denton, TX (Apr. 1999)

“Where Are Those Mythic Dragons Anyhow?: A Report, Review, and Response to ‘New Maps for Revisiting the Rhetorical Tradition, or The Road to Aspasia—and (Maybe) Back’ Delivered by Cheryl Glenn (2 Feb 1999)” (Online) Federation of North Texas Universities Conference: Emerging Rhetorics, Denton, TX (Apr. 1999)

Literature
“Transgressing the Garden Gate: Cyborgian Images in Bram Stoker’s Dracula” Computers & Writing 2000, Fort Worth, TX (May 2000)

“The Poetry of Diane di Prima” The Professor’s Corner Public Library Presentation Denton, TX (Spring 2000)


“The Harlot and the Hag Sing: Postmodern Irish Poetry and the Woman/Nation Mythos” E. G. A.D. Conference, Texas A&M-Commerce (Summer 1999)

“The Labyrinthine Maze of Milton’s Maske at Ludlow: Comus” (Online) Federation of North Texas Universities Conference: Rhetoric and Technology in the Next Millennium, Denton, TX (Spring/Summer 1998)

“Oedipa, Society, and the Hypertext Maze” (Online) Federation of North Texas Universities Conference: Rhetoric and Technology in the Next Millennium, Denton, TX (Spring/Summer 1998)

Publications
"Review: Zen Driving and Conference Attendance: Selected Reviews from F26, H16, H25 and M7." Across the Disciplines: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Language, Learning, and Academic Writing 1(2004) <http://wac.colostate.edu/atd/reviews/cccc2004/cccc2004.cfm> and <http://www.ravenndragon.net/CCCC2004review.pdf>.

“Recycling Old Tech for a New Vision: Connecting Milton to Turing to Classroom Cyborgs.” Kairos 6.2 Fall 2001 <http://english.ttu.edu/kairos/6.2/features/townhalls/robinson.htm>.

“Welcome to Elfland.” The Writer’s Harbrace Handbook. Ft. Worth: Harbrace, 2000. 130-31.

“Where Are Those Mythic Dragons Anyhow?: A Report, Review, and Response to ‘New Maps for Revisiting the Rhetorical Tradition, or The Road to Aspasia—and (Maybe) Back’ Delivered by Cheryl Glenn (2 Feb 1999).” Emerging Rhetorics. CD-ROM. Eds. William E. Tanner, Stephen Souris, and Alfred G. Litton. Mesquite, TX: Caxton’s, 2000.

“The Labyrinthine Maze of Milton’s Maske at Ludlow: Comus.” Rhetoric and Technology in the Next Millennium. CD-ROM. Eds. William E. Tanner and Suzanne S. Webb. Mesquite, TX: Caxton’s, 1998.

“Oedipa, Society, and the Hypertext Maze.” Rhetoric and Technology in the Next Millennium. CD-ROM. Ed. William E. Tanner and Suzanne S. Webb. Mesquite, TX: Caxton’s, 1998.

Works in Progress
Book:
Demonstrating Defiance and Decorum: A Multimedia Performance of Ideas and Themes Posited by 20th and 21st Century Female Rhetors (Status: Submitted to Hampton Press)

Minding the Gap:
Rhetoric of Peace and Protest in the Murals in Northern Ireland (Status: Proposal Submitted to U of Notre Dame Press)

Articles:
"'We Claim These Votes:' The Irish Women's Movement, Rhetoric, and Value Structures in the Irish Citizen" (Status: In Revision)
"Mercy Otis Warren's The Group: Revolution, Rhetoric, and Drama" (Status: In Revision)
"Familiar Talk: Invitational Rhetoric and Marion Harland"
(Status: In Revision)
"Digitalizing the Gap: Hybridity and the Visual on Northern Ireland's Political Rhetoric" (Status: In Revision)
"Dialectic to Dialogue: Aristotle's Peripatetic School Meets Virtual Space" (Status: In Revision)

Other:
“NATO: An Encyclopedia of International SecurityABC-Clio (2007)”—entry for Ireland (Status: In Writing)