Here is a collection of the Maud Squad’s collective achievements. This page highlights our current members academic, activist, and teaching accomplishments during their tenure in this writing group.
Great Work Shared
Amy Williams, “Imagining Method in Community Literacy: Beyond Action Research,” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Indianapolis, IN, March 2014.
Melinda Krakow, “Examining Gender Disparities in the Policies and Practices of Biomedical Research,” Western States Communication Association, Anaheim, CA, February 2014.
Sumiko Martinez, “Toward an Immanent Discursive Theory of Domestic Violence,” Western States Communication Association, Anaheim, CA, February 2014.
Amy Williams, “Beyond Pedagogy: Theorizing Without Teachers,” Communication Forum 30 (Fall 2014), http://compositionforum.com/issue/30/beyond-pedagogy.php.
Melinda Krakow and Brian Rogers, “Collateral Damage and Critical Turning Points: Public Health Implications of HPV Vaccine News Coverage for Boys and Men in 2011,” forthcoming in Health Communication.
Sumiko Martinez, “Toward an Immanent Discursive Theory of Domestic Violence,” Top Paper, Communication Theory and Research Interest Group, 2014 conference of the Western States Communication Association.