Craig A. Meyer
Associate Coordinator, Graduate Writing and Research Center
Rhetoric and Composition
Office: Ellis 310
Office Phone: 740-593-
PhD, English - Rhetoric and Composition, Ohio University, 2013.
Master of Arts, Composition and Rhetoric, Missouri State University, 2008
Master of Arts, Creative Nonfiction, Missouri State University, 2008
“Disability and Accessibility: Is there an App for That?” Computers and Composition Online. Spring 2013. Web.
“The New Political Rhetoric of Hip-Hop Music in the Obama Era.” (Co-authored with Todd D. Snyder.) Sounds of Resistance: The Role of Music in Multicultural Activism. Eds. Eunice Rojas and Lindsay Michie. ABC-CLIO. (accepted, forthcoming 2013)
Review of Original Minds. Dir. Tom Weidlinger. DVD. Disability Studies Quarterly 32.2 (2012). Web.
“A New Input Method for Text: Swype!” Computers and Composition Online. Fall 2010/Spring 2011 Double Issue. Web.
“The Option Not to Act: The Dissertations of Boening and Meehan.” The CCCC-IP Annual: Top Intellectual Property Developments of 2009, March 2010.
“The End of Feminism: A Contemporary Perspective.” The Awakening 27.1 (2010): 9-12. Print.
Select Editorial/Publishing Experience
Edgar Allen Poe: A Guide for Readers Young and Old. Springfield: Moon City, 2013. Print. Contribution: Co-Editor (with James S. Baumlin and Ethan Prince).
Contributing Editor of Local Histories, EtAlia Press, Little Rock, AR (2010- Present).
Confederate Girlhoods: A Women’s History of Early Springfield, Missouri. Springfield: Moon City Press. November 2010. Contribution: Main Editor
Associate Editor. Missouri State University’s Moon City Press, Springfield, Missouri (2009- Present).
Some of the Words are Theirs: A Memoir. Jensen, George H. Jr. Springfield: Moon City P, 2010. Contribution: Editor.
“Minding the Stutter: Dysfluent Moments, Environments, and Potentials” at the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) in Las Vegas, NV (March 2013).
“Boundaries of Cultural (Mis)Understanding: Oglala Lakota Sioux and a White Man” at the College English Association’s (CEA) 43rd Annual conference in Richmond, VA (March 2012).
“The Gateway to Political Discourse: Explaining the Rhetorical Waves of Fear” at Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) in St. Louis, MO (March 2012).
“Writing Strategy and Stutterers: What Composition Can Learn from Dysfluent Speakers” at the Modern Language Association (MLA) Convention, Seattle, WA (January 2012).
“A Voice Lesson about Gender: Sarah Rush Campbell Owen’s My Scotch at the College English Association’s (CEA) 71st Annual conference in San Antonio, TX (March 2010).
“Beyond Community-Based Learning: A Hybrid Composition Course” at the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) in Louisville, KY (March 2010).
“Ethical Decision Making as a Leader” at Grand Valley State University’s 13th Annual Leadership Summit in Allendale, MI (February 2010).