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Submissions from 2022

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Ablaze: The 1849 White Supremacist Attack on the Pendleton Post Office, Susanna Ashton

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Jackson, John Andrew, Susanna Ashton

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John B. Cade’s Project to Document the Stories of the Formerly Enslaved, Susanna Ashton

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Williams, Samuel, Susanna Ashton

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A genealogy of social geomedia: The life, death, and (possible) afterlife of location-based social networks, Jordan Frith

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Predicting the next decade of mobile communication studies research: More mobile media, fewer mobile phones, Jordan Frith

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Looking back to look forward: 5G/COVID-19 conspiracies and the long history of infrastructural fears, Jordan Frith, Scott Campbell, and Leah Komen

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Introduction: Communication and design infrastructures, Jordan Frith and Sarah Read

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Citational Practices as a Site of Resistance and Radical Pedagogy: Positioning the Multiply Marginalized and Underrepresented (MMU) Scholar Database as an Infrastructural Intervention, Cana Uluak Itchuaqiyaq and Jordan Frith

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Contiguous identities, Michael Saker and Jordan Frith

Submissions from 2021

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The Fugitive Slave Act and the United States of Slavery, Susanna Ashton

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Imagining 5G: Public sensemaking through advertising in China and the US, Scott W. Campbell, Fangwei Zhao, Jordan Frith, and Fan Liang

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Thanksgiving / Giving Thanks, Jonathan Beecher Field

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Building participatory counternarratives: Pedagogical interventions through digital placemaking, Jordan Frith and Jacob Richter

Submissions from 2020

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Introduction to Business and Technical Communication and COVID-19: Communicating in Times of Crisis, Jordan Frith

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Technical Standards and a Theory of Writing as Infrastructure, Jordan Frith

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The Pedagogical Opportunities of Technical Standards: Learning from the Electronic Product Code, Jordan Frith

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It Is All About Location: Smartphones and Tracking the Spread of COVID-19, Jordan Frith and Michael Saker

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It Is All About Location: Smartphones and Tracking the Spread of COVID-19, Jordan Frith and Michael Saker

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COVID-19, 5G conspiracies and infrastructural futures, James Meese, Jordan Frith, and Rowan Wilken

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Diasporic Communion and Textual Exchange in Beyoncé’s Lemonade and Julie Dash’s Daughters of the Dust, Jamie Ann Rogers

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Coextensive space: virtual reality and the developing relationship between the body, the digital and physical space, Michael Saker and Jordan Frith

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Locative-Media Ethics: A Call for Protocols to Guide Interactions of People, Place, and Technologies, Andrea Zeffiro, Julia M. Hildebrand, Jordan Frith, Larissa Hjorth, Caitlin McGrane, Amy Schmitz Weiss, and Gerard Goggin

Submissions from 2019

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John Cotton: “Gods Promise to His Plantation” (1630), Jonathan Beecher Field

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Outline: John Cotton, Gods Promise to his Plantations (1630/p. 1634), Jonathan Beecher Field

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Mobile media beyond mobile phones, Jordan Frith and Didem Özkul

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Social shaping of mobile geomedia services: An analysis of Yelp and Foursquare, Jordan Frith and Rowan Wilken

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Invisible Memories: Black Feminist Literature and Its Affective Flights, Jamie Ann Rogers

Submissions from 2018

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A Mysterious Life and Calling: From Slavery to Ministry in South Carolina by Reverend Mrs. Charlotte S. Riley (review), Susanna Ashton

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From hybrid space to dislocated space: Mobile virtual reality and a third stage of mobile media theory, Michael Saker and Jordan Frith

Submissions from 2017

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Approaches to Teaching Charles W. Chesnutt, Susanna Ashton and Bill Hardwig

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Corporate Public Relations Dynamics: Internal vs. External Stakeholders and the Role of the Practitioner, Lea Anna Cardwell, Sean Williams, and Andrew Pyle

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Puritan Acts and Monuments, Jonathan Beecher Field

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Invisibility through the interface: the social consequences of spatial search, Jordan Frith

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Understanding Yik Yak: Location-based sociability and the communication of place, Jordan Frith and Michael Saker

Submissions from 2016

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Big Data, Technical Communication, and the Smart City, Jordan Frith

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The digital “lure”: Small businesses and Pokémon GO, Jordan Frith

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Wearing the City: Memory P(a)laces, Smartphones, and the Rhetorical Invention of Embodied Space, Jason Kalin and Jordan Frith

Submissions from 2015

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Playing Hell in Charleston - Daniel Payne, Clementa Pinckney and the fight against White Supremacy, Susanna Ashton

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Serendipitous Juxtapositions, Susanna Ashton

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Here, I Used to Be: Mobile Media and Practices of Place-Based Digital Memory, Jordan Frith and Jason Kalin

Submissions from 2014

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Re-Collecting Jim: Discovering a Name and a Slave Narrative’s Continuing Truth. Or, analysis of the authorship of Recollections of Slavery by a Runaway Slave (1838), Susanna Ashton

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Slaves of Charleston, Susanna Ashton

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“The sense of that crush I feel at certain times even now.”: Jacob Stroyer and the Battle for Fort Sumter, Susanna Ashton

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Reclaiming a Fugitive Landscape, Susanna Ashton and Jonathan Hepworth

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The South Carolina Roots of African American Thought, Rhondda Robinson Thomas and Susanna Ashton

Submissions from 2013

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“The Genuine Article” John Andrew Jackson and Harriet Beecher Stowe, Susanna Ashton

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Jackson Unchained: Reclaiming a Fugitive Landscape, Susanna Ashton and Jonathan Hepworth

Submissions from 2012

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Recreating a Tour, Recreating a Sense of Scholarly Engagement, Susanna Ashton

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Slavery, Imprinted: The Life and Narrative of William Grimes, Susanna Ashton

Submissions from 2011

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Why Should a Library Invest in You? or, How to Succeed with Short-Term Library and Archival Fellowship Grants, Susanna Ashton

Submissions from 2010

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I Belong to South Carolina: South Carolina Slave Narratives, Susanna Ashton

Submissions from 2009

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Errands into the Metropolis: New England Dissidents in Revolutionary London, Jonathan Beecher Field

Submissions from 2007

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Entitles: Booker T. Washington's Signs of Play, Susanna Ashton

Submissions from 2006

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"Don't You Mean 'Slaves,' Not 'Servants'?": Literary and Institutional Texts for an Interdisciplinary Classroom, Susanna Ashton

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‘In a Bibleistic Way’: Teaching Nineteenth-Century American Poetry Through Book and Periodical Studies, Susanna Ashton

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Making Peace With the Greeks, Susanna Ashton

Submissions from 2003

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A Corrupt Medium: Stephen Burroughs and the Bridgehampton, New York, Library, Susanna Ashton

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Collaborators in Literary America, 1870-1920, Susanna Ashton

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Passing for White: Race, Religion, and the Healy Family, 1820-1920 (review), Susanna Ashton

Submissions from 2002

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John Boyle O'Reilly and Moondyne (1878), Susanna Ashton

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John Boyle O'Reilly & Moondyne (1878), Susanna Ashton

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Process-Product Ambiguity: Theorizing a Perspective on World Wide Web Argumentation, Sean Williams

Submissions from 2001

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Du Bois’s Horizon: Documenting Movements of the Color Line, Susanna Ashton

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Reviewed Work: The Memphis Diary of Ida B. Wells: An Intimate Portrait of the Activist as a Young Woman by Miriam Decosta-Willis, Susanna Ashton

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Review of Paul C. Gutjahr, An American Bible: A History of the Good Book in the United States, 1777-1880, Susanna Ashton

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Veribly a Purple Cow: The Whole Family and the Collaborative Search for Coherence, Susanna Ashton

Submissions from 2000

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“Tired Pens” a Review of Ronald Weber, Hired Pens - Professional Writers in America’s Golden Age of Print, Susanna Ashton

Submissions from 1999

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Authorial Affiliations, or, the Clubbing and Collaborating of Brander Matthews, Susanna Ashton

Submissions from 1996

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Compound Walls: Eva Jane Price's Letters from a Chinese Mission, 1890-1900, Susanna Ashton

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Who Brings Home the Bacon? Shakespeare and Turn-of-the-Century American Authorship, Susanna Ashton

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These Colored United States: African American Essays from the 1920s, Tom Lutz and Susanna Ashton

Submissions from 1995

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Fetching the Jingle Along: Mark Twain's Slovenly Peter, Susanna Ashton