Craig Stroupe | Associate Professor of Information Design | Department of Writng Studies | 1201 Ordean Court # 420 | University of Minnesota Duluth | Duluth, MN 55812 | 218-726-6249 | fax 218-726-6882 | cstroupe@d.umn.edu

quoteAt a dinner for a famous Visiting Author..., the guest of honor, who was sitting next to me, asked what I did on campus. I rattled on briefly about “advising faculty” and “online pedagogy.”

Listening carefully, the Visiting Author’s eyes cleared after a moment. She pulled back from me slightly as if to get a better look and said, “You mean distance education?"—as if I had been struggling to find a euphemistic way of explaining that I handled the campus’s medical waste."

— from "Making Distance Presence: The Compositional Voice in Online Learning" published in Computers and Composition (September 2003)

Writing
"'Shadows of Things in Silver Mirrors': Networked Student Identity and Academic Charisma at Oscar Wilde's Oxford" North American Victorian Studies Association. Madison, WI. September 2012.

"You Suck at Narrative: Disciplinarity, Popular Culture, and the Database Logic of Photoshop." Digital Humanities Conference 2011. Stanford University. Palo Alto, CA. June 2011

"'Some Worthy, Worldly Work': The Semantic Web, English Studies, and the Evolution of Digital Writing." Midwest Modern Language Association Conference, Minneapolis, MN, November 2008.

"Hacking the Cool: Narrative Shape, Writing Culture, and the Space of New Media." Computers and Composition 24.4 (December 2007): 421-442.

"The New-Media Shape of Stories: Technology, Technique, and Narrative." Midwest Modern Language Association Conference, Milwaukee, WI, November 2005.

"The Lost Island of English Studies: Globalization, Market Logic, and the Rhetorical Work of Department Web Sites." College English 67.6 (July 2005).

"Visualizing Victorian Studies Online: Renegotiating the Border between Scholarly Study and the Heritage Industry." Midwest Victorian Studies Association Conference, Chicago , April 2005.

"Professions of Legitimacy: Print-Culture Sites on the Web of Global Capital." Material Cultures and the Creation of Knowledge Conference, Edinburgh, UK , July 2005.

"Browsing the Victorians: The Cultural Work of Victorian-Studies Web Sites." Presentation accepted to the Victorians in the Twentieth Century Conference, Leeds, UK, July 2005.

"Glocalizing Duluth, Minnesota: Instrumental Subjectivities and Collective Possibilities in Teaching Web Design" Marxist Reading Group Conference, Born of Desertion: Singularity, Collectivity, Revolution. University of Florida. Gainesville, FL, March 20-23, 2003.

"Making Distance Presence: The Compositional Voice in Online Learning." Computers and Composition.

"Technologizing the Conflicts: Graff and the Web." Pedagogy. (May 2003): 263-266.

"The Rhetoric of Irritation: Inappropriateness as Visual/Literate Practice." Defining Visual Rhetorics. Ed. Marguerite Helmers and Charles Hill. Mahwah , NJ : Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers, 2004. 243-258.

"Negotiating Subjectivities in Student Web Design." Midwest Modern Language Association. Minneapolis, November 2002.

"Gerald Graff and the Web." Part of a Roundtable on Gerald Graff. Modern Language Association. New Orleans, December 2001.

"From Genre Systems to the Buddy System: Developments in Professional Communication and Online Education under New Forms of Market Value on the Web." Modern Language Association. Association for Business Communication Session. New Orleans, December 2001.

CEC Teacher Education Division 2000 Conference Las Vegas, November 2000.

"Rhetorical Approaches to Literature" Panel at PAMLA, ( UCLA), November 2000.

"Internal Rushmores: Bakhtinian Relations of Word and Image in Web Authorship". trAce International Conference on Writing and the Internet Nottingham, UK, July 2000.

"Visualizing English: Recognizing the Hybrid Literacy of Visual and Verbal Authorship on the Web." College English May 2000. Reprinted in Visual Rhetoric in a Digital World: A Critical Sourcebook . Ed. Carolyn Handa. Boston : Bedford/St. Martin's, 2004. 13-37.