Dr. Jamie McDaniel

I currently serve as an Assistant Professor of English at Radford University. I am also Editor of The CEA Forum, the College English Association’s online, peer-reviewed journal devoted to pedagogy in all facets of English Studies (available at https://journals.tdl.org/ceaforum/index.php/ceaforum/index). I am an award-winning teacher and scholar who has taught a range of face-to-face and online classes at both the introductory and advanced levels, including technical/professional writing and digital/video production, digital rhetoric, new media writing, Digital Humanities, digital literacies, document design, grant writing, film studies, and British literature, though I specialize in disability rhetoric across multiple media. Whether considering how visual media promotes ableist depictions of people with disabilities or advocating that writing classes address accessibility as a core topic, my teaching and scholarship emphasize how intellectual traditions impact marginalized people’s experiences.

In addition to grants for my work on the Digital Humanities exhibit Working the Midwest: Professional Writing and Working-Class Rhetoric (available at http://scalar.usc.edu/works/working-the-midwest/index) and other teaching and research projects, I am a recipient of the College English Association Robert Hacke Scholar-Teacher Award as well as the Pittsburg State University Foundation Excellence in Teaching Award.

I previously served as an Associate Professor of English and Director of Professional Writing at Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, KS. I was also Co-Director and Co-Founder of PSU’s new Interdisciplinary Minor in Film and Media Studies.

Professional Portfolio: http://jamiemcdaniel.net