“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.