Selected Publications

Academic Article

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2021-06-01 “A Body of Texts: Memento and Mētis”Screen Bodies.  6:62–77. 2021-06-01
2020-10-01 “Tracing the Human in Amazon Mechanical Turk through Rhetorical Text Mining”Enculturation: Intermezzo2020-10-01
2016-12-01 “Crossing Boundaries and Redefining Roles: Humanists as Academic Entrepreneurs”American Journal of Entrepreneurship.  9:40–61. 2016-12-01
2015-04-01 “A Study of a Federally Funded Project between Higher-Ed Institutions in the U.S. and Pakistan: An Intercultural Academic Project Management”International Journal of Sociotechnology and Knowledge Development.  7:27–44. 2015-04-01
2013-01-01 "The Bloodsucking Brady Bunch: The Lost Boys and the Single-Parent Family"Supernatural Studies.  1:7-16. 2013-01-01
2012-05-01 "A Geographical History of Online Rhetoric and Composition Journals"Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy.  16. 2012-05-01
2011-01-01 "Productive Strife: Andy Clark’s Cognitive Science and Rhetorical Agnonism"Janus Head.  12:39-59. 2011-01-01


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2014-01-01 UNCW Composition Guidebook.  Fountainhead Press. 2014-01-01


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2015-01-01 “Latourian Memoria” -- Thinking with Bruno Latour in Rhetoric and Composition.  Southern Illinois University Press. 165–81. 2015-01-01
2013-09-01 "Meeting Community Needs through Service-Learning in the Online Classroom" -- Adding to the Conversation on Service-Learning in Composition: Taking a Closer Look.  Fountainhead Press. 145-161. 2013-09-01
2010-01-01 "Bleeding Through, or We Are Living in A Digital World and I Am an Analog Girl" -- The Scary Screen: Media Anxiety in The Ring.  The Scary Screen: Media Anxiety in The Ring. 2010-01-01


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2009-06-01 Mapping a Geographical History of Digital Technology in Rhetoric and Composition. 2009-06-01
2004-05-01 A Hypothetical Digital Writing Tool Better Suited to Long Composition than The Word Processor. 2004-05-01


Research Overview

  • Dr. Tirrell’s primary research area is the intersection of technology, rhetoric, and writing. His other academic interests include professional writing, new media, complexity theory, posthumanism, digital mapping, data visualization, and video game studies.
  • Teaching Overview

  • Dr. Tirrell's primarily teaches courses in professional writing, rhetoric, and composition. His teaching practice is heavily invested in technology and culture.
  • Full Name

  • Jeremy W Tirrell