Faculty & Staff

Christine E. Tulley, Ph.D.
Christine E. Tulley, Ph.D.
Professor of English, Director of the Masters in Rhetoric and Writing Program and The Center for Teaching Excellence Faculty Liaison
Year started at UF: 2001
Contact Information
Office Location: 1124 Cory Street I
Telephone: 419-434-4537
Credentials
Ph.D., Bowling Green State University
M.A., Cleveland State University
B.S., Bowling Green State University
  • ​Academic Credentials:

    Doctor of Philosophy in English with Specialization in Rhetoric and Writing, Bowling Green State University
    Master of Arts in English, Cleveland State University
    Bachelor of Science in Education with Specialization in English, Bowling Green State University
  • Edited Collections

    Webbing Cyberfeminist Practice: Communities, Pedagogies, and Social Action, co-edited with Kristine Blair and Radhika Gajjala, Bowling Green State University. Hampton Press, 2008.


    Peer Reviewed Articles

    Migration Patterns: A Status Report on the Transition from Paper to Eportfolios and the Effect on Multimodal Composition Initiatives within First-Year Composition.” Computers and Composition 30.2. June 2013.

    "What Are Preservice Teachers Taught about the Teaching of Writing?: A Survey of Ohio’s Undergraduate Writing Methods Courses." Teaching/Writing: The Journal of Writing Teacher Education. 2.1, Article 9. Spring 2013.

    Available at: http://scholarworks.wmich.edu/wte/vol2/iss1/9 

    “Growing a Faculty Writing Group on a Traditionally Teaching-Focused Campus,” co-authored with Cheri Hampton-Farmer, Erin Laverick, Christine Denecker, Nicole Diederich, and Tony Wilgus. Journal of Faculty Development 27.1. January 2013.

    IText Reconfigured: The Rise of the Podcast.” Journal of Business and Technical Communication 25.3. July 2011.

     

    “Remediating the Book Review: Toward Collaboration and Multimodality across the English Curriculum,” co-authored with Kristine Blair. Pedagogy 9.3. Fall 2009. Pedagogy Winner of 2010 The Best of the Independent Rhetoric and Composition Journals (http://www.parlorpress.com/best2010).

     

    “Image Events Guerilla Girl Style: A Twenty Year Retrospective.” Enculturation 7.1. Guest Eds. Joe Wilferth and Kevin DeLuca. Fall 2009.

     

    “Taking a Traditional Composition Program ‘Multimodal’: Web 2.0 and Institutional Change at a Small Liberal Arts Institution.” Computers and Composition Online. Spring 2009. http://www.bgsu.edu/cconline/Tulley09/

     

     “Negotiating Digital and Traditional Literacies: Training Non-Traditional Preservice Writing Teachers.” Computers and Composition Online. Spring 2008. http://www.bgsu.edu/cconline/Negotiating/default.html

     

    "A Snapshot of Complexity: Knowledge-Making and Negotiations in E-Rhetoric.” Journal of Composition Theory (special issue on Mark C. Taylor’s The Moment of Complexity: Emerging Network Culture). Eds. David Blakesley and Thomas Rickert. Winter 2004.

     

    “’Mentors and Masters’ Women’s and Girl’s Narratives of (Re) Negotiation in Web-Based Writing Environments.” Co-authored with Kristine Blair and Angela Haas. Computers and Composition: An International Journal for Teachers of Writing. Eds. Gail Hawisher and Cynthia Selfe. September 2002.

     

    Book Chapters

     

    “Preparing Preservice Writing Teachers to Enact the (Digital) Common Core Standards in Secondary Writing Classrooms: A Fresh Approach to the Common Core Standards in Research and Writing.” The Next Digital Scholar. Editors Jim Purdy and Randall McClure. Medford (NJ): Information Today, 2013. (Forthcoming).

     

    “Whose Research Is It, Anyway? The Challenge of Deploying Feminist Methodology in Technological Spaces,” co-authored with Kristine Blair. Digital Writing Research: Technologies, Methodologies, and Ethical Issues. Eds. Dànielle DeVoss and Heidi McKee. Hampton Press, 2007. Winner of Computer and Composition’s Best New Book for 2008 Award.

     

    “E-Writing Spaces as Safe, Gender-Fair Havens: Aligning Political and Pedagogical Possibilities,” co-authored with Kristine Blair. Teaching Writing with Computers: An Introduction. Eds. Pamela Takayoshi and Brian Huot. Houghton Mifflin, 2003. Winner of Computer and Composition’s Best New Book for 2003 Award.


    Book Reviews and Contributions 

    Computers and Composition 20/20: A Conversation Piece, or What Some Very Smart People Have to Say about the Future.” Computers and Composition 28.4. December 2011. Special issue “Composition 20/20: How the Future of the Web Could Sharpen the Teaching of Writing,” guest edited by Randall McClure and Janice Walker.

     

    Review of Cyberselves: Feminist Ethnographies of South Asian Women. H-Net. Humanities and Social Sciences Online. Summer 2007.

    http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=60081204047394

     

    Review of Writing in a Visual Age. Joint book review with Advanced Web Writing for English Majors section as course project. Computers and Composition Online. Summer 2007. http://www.bgsu.edu/cconline/reviews/CCOnline/

     

    Review of James Paul Gee’s What Video Games Have to Teach Us about Language and Literacy. Joint book review with Advanced Web Writing for English Majors section as course project. Computers and Composition Online. Summer 2004. http://www.bgsu.edu/cconline/tulley1/Splash.htm

     

    Review of Feminist Social Thought. Journal of American Culture. Summer 1999.

     

    The Writer’s Toolkit PLUS CD-Rom, contributor. Longman Press, 2001.