His interest in technologies focuses on how new forms of mediation change the socio-rhetorical landscape and how rhetorical practices may realize new forms of social cooperation and organization.
His most recent books are a collection of essays co-edited with David Russell on writing and activity theory, Writing Selves/Writing Societies, (available online at ) and a methods book on textual analysis co-edited with Paul Prior, What Writing Does and How It Does It.
Within the study of social movements, she is interested in the impact of the Internet on protest and social movements and innovative forms of online protest, among other topics.
( Alan Liu: Alan Liu is a Professor in the English Department at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Parks has taught as a visiting professor in the School of Cinema-TV at USC and at the Institute for Graduate Study in the Humanities in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
( Chuck Bazerman: Charles Bazerman, Professor and Chair of the Department of Education is interested in the social dynamics of writing, rhetorical theory, and the rhetoric of knowledge production and use.
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Technology is increasingly playing a larger role in society.
Kevin Almeroth: Kevin Almeroth is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science with appointments in the Media Arts and Technology (MAT) Program, the Computer Engineering (CE) Program, and the Technology Management Program (TMP).
Kevin is also the Associate Director of the Center for Information Technology and Society.