- Digital Samaritans: Rhetorical Delivery and Engagement in the Digital Humanities, Jim Ridolfo (Fall 2015)
- Making Space: Writing Instruction, Infrastructure, and Multiliteracies, James P. Purdy and Dànielle Nicole DeVoss, editors (Summer 2016)
- Rhizcomics: Rhetoric, Technology, and New Media Composition, Jason Helms (Winter 2017)
- Sites of Translation: What Multilinguals Can Teach Us about Digital Writing and Rhetoric, Laura Gonzales (Fall 2018)
- Developing Writers in Higher Education: A Longitudinal Study, Anne Ruggles Gere, editor (Winter 2019)
- Rhetorical Code Studies, Kevin Brock (Winter 2019)
- Writing Workflows, Tim Lockridge & Derek Van Ittersum (Winter 2020)
- 100 Years of New Media Pedagogy, Jason Palmeri & Ben McCorkle (Spring 2021)
- Video Scholarship and Screen Composing, Daniel Anderson (Spring 2021)
- Beyond the Makerspace: Making and Relational Rhetorics, Ann Shivers-McNair (Summer 2021)
- Memetic Rhetorics: Toward a Toolkit for Ethical Meming, Derek M. Sparby (2023)
Digital Rhetoric Collaborative Book Series Editors
Anne Ruggles Gere, University of Michigan
Naomi Silver, University of Michigan
Simone Sessolo, University of Michigan
Jonathan Alexander, University of California-Irvine
Kristine Blair, Duquesne University
Antonio Byrd, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Laura Gonzales, University of Florida
Douglas Eyman, George Mason University
Troy Hicks, Central Michigan University
Derek Mueller, Virginia Tech
Jentery Sayers, University of Victoria
The Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative Book Series publishes texts that investigate the multiliteracies of digitally mediated spaces both within academia as well as other contexts. We encourage submissions that address, among others, topics such as:
- new convergences and economies;
- shifting ideologies and politics;
- global contexts and multilingual discourses;
- reconstructions of race, class, gender, sexuality, and (dis)ability;
- emerging theories and technologies; and
- reconfigured divisions and connections within these spaces.
The DRC is known for its born-digital as well as digitally enhanced submissions — in the form of collections and monographs of varying lengths and genres — that engage with digital rhetoric’s histories and futures; its border-fields and transdisciplines; its ethics and aesthetics; its materialities, networks, praxes and pedagogies.
For more information about submitting a proposal visit our Submit a Book Proposal page.
The Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative Book Series is published by the University of Michigan Press.