Academic Publications List

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS                     

“The Rhetoric of Vegan/Vegetarianism, and Health, Medicine, and Culture.” Rhetoric of Health & Medicine, Forthcoming 2020.

“‘Friends Don’t Let Friends Eat Tofu’: A Rhetorical Analysis of Fast Food Corporation ‘Anti-Vegan-Options’ Advertisements,” The Routledge Handbook of Vegan Studies, Forthcoming 2020.

“Bleeding Burgers: Brutality, Masculinity, and the Veg(etari)an Narrative,” The Rhetorical Construction of Vegetarianism, Forthcoming 2020.

“‘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 Health Care Applications: Authorship, Regulatory Challenges, and the Role of Medical Writers.” American Medical Writer’s Association Journal. June 2016.

“Nutritional Noise: Community Literacies and the Movement against Foods Labeled as ‘Natural,’” for 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.

“Peer Review: Establishing an Effective Practice (A Collaborative Wiki),” First Year Composition Program Wiki, University of South Florida, 2007.

INTERVIEWS

Meloncon, Lisa; Trauth, Erin; and Molloy, Cathryn (2019) “RHM Author Interview: Dr. Abby Dubisar and Sara Davis on their persuasion brief, ‘Communicating Elective Sterilization: A Feminist Perspective,’” Rhetoric of Health & Medicine: Vol.: Iss. 1, Article 1.

Molloy, Cathryn and Trauth, Erin (2019) “RHM Author Interview: Liz Angeli, Ph.D. and Christina Norwood, M.S., authors of ‘Persuasion Brief: The Internal Rhetorical Work of a Public Health Crisis Response,’” Rhetoric of Health & Medicine: Vol. 2: Iss. 2, Article 4.

Trauth, Erin and Molloy, Cathryn. RHM Author Interview (Youtube video): Cassandra (Casi) Kearney, Ph.D., author of “Mass Shootings and Mental Health: A Historical Perspective on the ‘Mental Illness as Motive’ Narrative” Rhetoric of Health & Medicine, 2019.

Trauth, Erin and DeTora, Lisa M. “Assistant Editors’ Interview with Dr. Lisa DeTora,” Rhetoric of Health & Medicine: Vol. 1: Iss. 1, Article 2.

Molloy, Cathryn and Trauth, Erin. “Assistant Editors’ Interview with Dr. Berkeley Franz and Dr. Dan Skinner,” Rhetoric of Health & Medicine: Vol. 1: Iss. 3, Article 1, 2018.

Molloy, Cathryn and Trauth, Erin. “Assistant Editors’ Interview with Dr. David Gruber and Dr. Jason Kalin,” Rhetoric of Health & Medicine: Vol. 1: Iss. 3, Article 2, 2018.

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