Issue 3: How We MakeIntroduction
Emily Brooks and Shannon Butts
TheoryBetween Page and Screen, Hands: Print-digital Works and Their Embodied Readers
Anne RoystonNew Modernism and Utopian Creativity
PraxisContested Spaces: How We Made an Audio Quilt of One Thousand Names
xtine burrough and Letícia FerreiraPrototyping through Play: Sketches from an Urban Satellite Region Hackathon
Rachel Hendery, Liam Magee, Andrew Perry, and Teresa SwistTheorycraft: A Critical Reflection on Rhetorical Theory and its Imact on the "Maker" Project
PedagogyThe Making of Knowledge: Of Improvisation, Teaching, and Learning Creativity
Mary CulpepperEquity by Design: Envisioning a Critical Pedagogy of Making for Educators
Angela Elkordy and Ayn KenemanContributor bios
Issue introduction coming soon
Emily F. Brooks is a PhD candidate in English with a certificate in Digital Humanities at the University of Florida. Her research and pedagogy interests intersect at book and media history, visual rhetoric and multimodal composition, and digital humanities. She has led workshops on Arduinos and paper circuits for middle school, high school, and college students at Marston Science Library since 2015. She was honored to be recognized as both a HASTAC and NEH Summer Scholar in 2018.
Shannon Butts is a PhD candidate at the University of Florida working in writing, media studies, and critical making. Her research interests include visual rhetoric, remix writing, digital DIY, rhetorics of resistance, and the circulation of culture through parody and popular media. Shannon’s work examines the hybrid ecology of material and digital making – investigating the feedback loop between physical space and digital platforms through the circulation of visual rhetoric. As a co-founder of UF’s Trace Innovation Initiative, Shannon also works with 3D printing and augmented reality technologies to critically analyze and build augmented spaces of writing. In addition, Shannon teaches courses focused on remix and remediation, visual rhetoric, and writing through media.
Cover design and layout by Jason Crider
Special thanks to UF GRiP, esp. Myles Marcus, for letting us photograph a 3-D printed hand
Website design and layout by Jason Crider and Aaron Beveridge