Scholarly Publication

Patients Making Meaning: Theorizing Sources of Information and Forms of Support in Women’s Health.” Medical Humanities Blog. Co-authored with Cathryn Molloy and Jamie White Farnham. April 2023.

Book review: The Origins of Bioethics: Remembering When Medicine Went Wrong,” Rhetoric of Health & Medicine: Vol. 5 : Iss. 3. 2022.

I’ve Never Felt Right After Chemo”: The Chronicity of Post-Chemotherapy. Rhetoric of Health & Medicine, Vol. 5: Iss 2. 2022

RHM Author Interview: Sarah Ann Singer, Ph.D., author of “Patients as Researchers: Chronicity, Health Data, and Emergent Attribution Practices,” Rhetoric of Health & Medicine: Vol. 5 : Iss. 2. (2022). with Sarah Singer.

RHM Author Interview: Bryna Siegel Finer, RHM Assistant Editor, interviews Danielle Stambler on her article, “Eating Data: The Rhetorics of Food, Medicine, and Technology in Employee Wellness Programs,” Rhetoric of Health & Medicine: Vol. 4 : Iss. 2, 2021. with Danielle Stambler.

Women’s Health Advocacy: Rhetorical Ingenuity in the 21st Century.  White-Farnham, Jamie, Bryna Siegel Finer, and Cathryn Molloy, Eds. August 2019, Routledge.

“The Rhetorician [of Health and Medicine] as Agent of Social Change”: Activism for the Whole Woman’s Body.” in White-Farnham, Jamie, Bryna Siegel Finer, and Cathryn Molloy, Eds. Women’s Health Advocacy: Rhetorical Ingenuity in the 21st Century.  August 2019, Routledge.

“Threshold Concepts Axis.” Fall 2019 issue of Currents in Teaching and Learning. With Emily Wender, Oriana Gatta, and Daniel Weinstein.

A Dialogue on Possibilities for Embodied Methodologies in the Rhetoric of Health & Medicine.” Cathryn Molloy, Cristy Beemer, Jeffrey Bennett, Ann Green, Jenell Johnson, Molly Kessler, Maria Novotny, Bryna Siegel Finer. Rhetoric of Health and Medicine. Vol 1, 3-4. 2018.

Sustainability and Then Some: Writing Programs in Institutional Structure.” Blog of the University Press of Colorado. With Jamie White-Farnham. January 2018.

“Legislating First-Year Writing Placement: Implications for Pennsylvania and Across the Country”, Journal of Writing Assessment, January 2018. by Katrina L. Miller, Emily Wender, Bryna Siegel Finer

Writing Program Architecture: Thirty Cases for Reference and Research. Co-Editor with Jamie-White Farnham. Utah State University Press. November 2017.

From the Desk of: Advice on Starting a WAC Program.” WAC-Go Newsletter. October 2017.

The Genre Transfer Game.” Teaching English in the Two-Year College. 44.3. March 2017.

The Rhetoric of Previving: Blogging the Breast Cancer Gene.”  Rhetoric Review.  35.2 April 2016.

Lo-Tech Tools as Episteme: Rethinking Student Engagement in the Writing Process and Beyond.”  Journal of Pedagogic Development. March 2016.  With Lynn Shelly, Oriana Gatta, Rachael Warmington, and Maha Alawdat.

Critical Praxis for Researched Writing: A Rhetorical Model for Teaching Students to ‘Do Research’”: Journal of Teaching Writing. Spring 2014.

Review of Exploring Composition Studies: Sites, Issues, and Perspectives“: Composition Studies, 41.1. Spring 2013.

Mapping Tutorial Interactions: A Report on Results and Implications”; Praxis, 9.2. Spring 2012. With Jamie White-Farnham and Jeremiah Dyehouse.

Writing Center Sustainability Through Research.” Academic Exchange Quarterly, 15.4. Winter 2011. With Jeremiah Dyehouse and Jamie White-Farnham.

Transitional Students, Transitional Pedagogy: Reconsidering ‘The Research Paper’.” Modern Language Studies, 40.1, Summer 2010.

Review of Engaged Writers Dynamic Disciplines: Research on the Academic Writing Life.” College English Association Forum, 36.2, 2008.