CV and Recent Scholarship

Pugh CV (October 2015)


“Interrogating Disciplinarity in WAC/WID: Institutional Ethnography and the New Disciplinarity.” College Composition and Communication. Co-authored with Anne Gere, Sarah Swofford, and Naomi Silver. (In Press, October 2015)

“Christian Rhetorics: Toward a Hopeful Future.” Composition Studies. Book Review co-authored with TJ Geiger. (In Press, Fall 2015)

“What is Institutional Mission?” in Rita Malencyzk (ed.),  Rhetoric for Writing Program AdministratorsAnderson, SC: Parlor Press (2013): 105-117.  Co-authored with Elizabeth VanderLei.

Recent Presentations

“Locating the ‘Learner’ in Learning Transfer: (How) Does Identity Facilitate or Impede Transfer between Academic and Non-Academic Domains?” Conference on College Composition and Communication, April 2016

“Negotiating the Great Divide: Place, Faith, and the Composition Classroom.” TYCA-West, October 2015.

“Risks and Resources: Student Agency and Religious Rhetorics in the Academic Sphere.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, March, 2015.

“Three Models for (Re)Considering Religious Discourses, Literacies, and Rhetorics.” Cultural Rhetorics, October, 2014.

“When God Writes Your Reading List: College Students’ Reading Practices and the Changing Evangelical Relationship to Pop Culture.” Midwest Pop Culture Association, October, 2014.

“Transformed Lives, Transformed Literacies: the Extracurricular Literacy Practices of Christian College Students and the Complex Identification of Transfer.” Rhetoric Society of America (RSA), July, 2014.

“The Only Bible They’ll Ever Read”: Christian College Students and the Development of Biblical Literacy.” American Academy of Religion (AAR) Annual Meeting, November, 2013.