Trauth, Erin and Ella Browning. “Review of Erin A. Frost and Michelle F. Eble’s Interrogating Gendered Pathologies,” Rhetoric Review, Forthcoming 2021. (In Press).
“‘From Homeless to Human Again’: A Teaching Case on an Undergraduate ‘Tiny Houses and Technical Writing’ Course Model,” Technical Communication, October 2021.
“‘Friends Don’t Let Friends Eat Tofu’: A Rhetorical Analysis of Fast Food Corporation ‘Anti-Vegan-Options’ Advertisements,” The Routledge Handbook of Vegan Studies, May 2021.
“The Rhetoric of Vegan/Vegetarianism, and Health, Medicine, and Culture.” Rhetoric of Health & Medicine, Forthcoming 2021. (In Press).
“Bleeding Burgers: Brutality, Masculinity, and the Veg(etari)an Narrative,” The Rhetorical Construction of Vegetarianism, Forthcoming 2021. (In Press).
“‘Manly’ Plates: Generation Z and the Rhetoric of Vegan Men,” Dublin Gastronomy Symposium Conference Proceedings, 2020.
Trauth, Erin and Ella Browning. “Technologized Talk: Wearable Technologies, Patient Agency, and Medical Communication in Healthcare Settings.” International Journal of Sociotechnology. Vol. 10: Iss. 3, 2018.
“Curating the Public Self: Helping Millennial Students Present an Authentic, Professional Persona via LinkedIn,” Engaging 21st Century Writers with Social Media, September 2016.
“Creating Meaning for Millennials: Bakhtin, Rosenblatt, and the Use of Facebook and Twitter in the Composition Classroom,” Engaging 21st Century Writers with Social Media, September 2016.
“Mobile Healthcare Applications: Authorship, Regulatory Challenges, and the Role of Medical Writers.” American Medical Writers Association Journal. June 2016.
“Nutritional Noise: Community Literacies and the Movement against Foods Labeled as ‘Natural,’” for the special issue of Community Literacy Journal, “Community Food Literacies.” December 2015.
“The Art of the Pick-Up: Wooing Your Future Employer in the Cover Letter,” Writing Commons, August 2015.
Co-Editor, Texas Tech First-Year Writing Program Reader, Texas Tech University. Bedford St. Martins, Fall 2012.
Book Review, “Illness as Narrative” by Ann Jurecic, Composition Studies, Volume 40, Number 2. Fall 2012.
Co-Editor, Power to the Pen: Pedagogical Approaches to Composition. University of South Florida. Bedford-St. Martins, 2010.
“Catch.” Gas Light Magazine, 2009.
Co-Editor, Artifacts, Hayden-McNeil, December 2009.
Editor, Composition Practices, Hayden-McNeil, 2009.
“Tell Me Everything: The Cult of the Memoir,” Cult Pop Culture, Ed. Batchelor, Robert. Praeger Press, 2009.
“Pageantry: Spelling Bees, Dog Shows, and Beauty Queens,” Cult Pop Culture, Ed. Batchelor, Robert. Praeger Press, 2009.
“Living and Writing in a ‘Land of Memory Stealers’: An Interview with Connie May Fowler,” Saw Palm: A Journal of Florida Literature and Art, 2009.
“The Guest,” Fiction Fix: A Literary Journal, Vol. 5, Ed. Young, Thelma. Xlibris Corporation, 2007: 9 – 14.
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