Dr. Lanette Cadle
Associate Professor, English Department
337 Siceluff Hall
Missouri State University
901 South National Ave.
Springfield, MO 65897
Ph.D, English, Rhetoric and Writing, 2005
Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH
Research Areas: Computers and Writing, Girls Studies, History of Rhetoric, Composition Theory and Pedagogy
Dissertation: A Public View of Private Writing: Personal Weblogs and Adolescent Girls. Ohiolink ETD, http://www.ohiolink.edu/etd/view.cgi?bgsu1118508220 (link to abstract with PDF full download available). 181 pages.
Dissertation Director: Kristine Blair. Committee members Bruce Edwards, Deborah Alvarez, and Radhika Gajjala
Master of Fine Arts, Creative Writing/ Poetry, 2001
Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH
Thesis: Speaking in Tongues. Thesis Director, Larissa Sporluk.
Bachelor of Arts in English, Creative Writing Option, 1998
Wichita State University, Wichita, KS
1. Refereed Scholarly Articles and Book Chapters
Fighting the Fear: Plagiarism and Technophobia. Computers and Composition Online. February 2010. 18 web pages, 6338 words.
“Computers and Composition Online: Feminist Community and the Politics of Digital Scholarship.” (co-authored with Kristine Blair) Performing Feminism and Administration in Rhetoric and Composition Studies, Section V. Disciplinary Administration: Journals and National Organizations. Eds. Krista Ratcliffe and Rebecca Rickly Cresskill. NJ: Hampton Press, 2009. pp 199-211, 5497 words.
“Girls, Grrrls, Gurls, and the Tools They Use,” Feminist Collections: A Quarterly of Women’s Studies Resources, University of Wisconsin. 28.4 Fall 2007. pp 13-17, 3710 words.
2. Invited Refereed Articles, Book Chapters, and Selected Reviews
“Sweet Monsters: Feminism and Blurred Gender in Rose O’Neill’s Paris Exhibition” (co-authored with James S. Baumlin) Moon City Review 2010: An Annual of Poetry, Story, Art, and Criticism, Section IV, Archival Treasures form the Ozarks. Eds. Lanette Cadle and Marcus Cafagña. Fayetteville: U Arkansas Press/ Moon City Press.
“Textual Analysis.” In Carbajal Van Horn, Marcy. Teaching with Hacker Handbooks. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2010. 4 pages, 840 words.
“Portraits of Womanhood in the Artwork of Rose O’Neill.” (co-authored with James S. Baumlin) Moon City Review 2009: An Annual of Poetry, Story, Art, and Criticism, Section IV, Archival Treasures form the Ozarks. Eds. Jane Hoogestraat and Lanette Cadle. Fayetteville: U Arkansas Press/ Moon City Press, 2009. pp 190-225, 7129 words.
Review of Technological Ecologies and Sustainability. Eds. Dànielle N. DeVoss, Heidi A. McKee, and Richard (Dickie) Selfe. Logan, UT: Computers and Composition Digital P/Utah State UP, 2009. Linked at http://ccdigitalpress.org/ebooks-and-projects/tes. Four posts on Techsophist, requested by press. 1767 words.
“Introduction.” Composing Ourselves: Writing from the Composition Program at Missouri State University. Eds, Lanette Cadle and Lori Feyh. Springfield: Moon City Press, 2007. pp ii-iv,1120 words.
“Just Being Practical.” Composing Ourselves: Writing from the Composition Program at Missouri State University. Eds. Lanette Cadle and Lori Feyh. Springfield: Moon City Press, 2007. pp 123-128, 2195 words. Retained in second edition by new editorial team, 2009.
Review of Into the Blogosphere. Eds. Laura Gulak, Smiljana Antonijevic, Laurie Johnson, Clancy Ratliff, and Jessica Reyman. Computers and Composition Online, http://www.bgsu.edu/cconline/blog/index.html. Fall 2004. 1196 words.
3. Refereed Edited Collections and Special Issues
“Open Source: Purpose, Practice, and Priorities,” A special focus (5 articles, 2 reviews) of a double issue of Computers and Composition Online. Eds. Lanette Cadle, Joe Erickson, and Kristine Blair. Fall 2010- Spring 2011.
Moon City Review 2010: An Annual of Poetry, Story, Art, and Criticism. Eds. Lanette Cadle and Marcus Cafagña. Fayetteville: U Arkansas Press/ Moon City Press, 2010. Second in a new series of nationally-distributed book annuals. Theme: Speculative Fictions.
Moon City Review 2009: An Annual of Poetry, Story, Art, and Criticism. Eds. Jane Hoogestraat and Lanette Cadle. Fayetteville: U Arkansas Press/ Moon City Press, 2009. 252 pages. First in a new series of refereed, nationally-distributed book annuals.
Composing Ourselves: Writing from the Composition Program at Missouri State University. Eds. Lanette Cadle and Lori Feyh. Springfield: Moon City Press, 2007. 132 pages.
A refereed anthology and a required text for Writing I and II that includes student, GTA, and faculty work.
4. Works Under Contract
Deploying 21st Century Writing on the Economic Frontlines. Eds. Lanette Cadle and Elizabeth Monske. A special combined issue of Computers and Composition and Computers and Composition Online. web, Fall 2012 and print, Spring 2013.
“The Power of the Perky: The Feminist Rhetoric of Death.” Death, Desire, Fury, and Delirium: Feminism in the Worlds of Neil Gaiman. Eds. Aaron Drucker and Tara Prescott. Jefferson NC: McFarland, forthcoming 2012.
“Ethos in the Cyborg Age.” Histories of Ethos: Human Character and its Representations in Language (with James S. Baumlin, Tita French Baumlin, Billy Clem, and Margaret Weaver). 250 pp ms. (projected). Bolivar MO: Quiet Waters (under contract).
5. Publications, Poetry
“Five Incarnations of Elvis.” Connecticut Review, Spring 2010.
Special Issue on the life, music, and culture surrounding Elvis Presley.
L.A. Trilogy—“Stepping Off the Curb,” “Under the Leslie,” and “Notations.” Red Ink Journal, Available through Kindle. Winter 2008.
“Ode to the Blue-Eyed Possibility,” “Shedding Skin,” and “Elegy for the Other Mother.” Moon City Review (Its last publication as a journal), Winter 2008.
“Elegy for an Engineer.” Merton Seasonal, Spring 2002.
Winner of the 2002 Merton Foundation Poetry of the Sacred Award, judged by Mary Oliver.
“Drawing Della Street” and “Doris Day’s Calamity Jane.” Crab Orchard Review, Spring 2002.
Review of Star Apocrypha by Christopher Buckley, Mid-American Review, Fall 2001.
Review of Archaic Smile by A. E. Stallings, Mid-American Review, Spring 2001.
Review of The Surface of Last Scattering by Gray Jacobik, Mid-American Review, Spring 2000.
“Provisions.” Arkansas Review: A Journal of Delta Studies, Spring 1999.
Refereed Conference Presentations
“Give Us the Tools and We’ll Do the Job: Focusing on F/OSS in Composition Teacher Training.” Computers and Writing. Purdue University, May 2010. Individual presentation.
“Retooling Composition: Digital Tools in the Classroom and Writing Center.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Louisville, March 2010. Chair and mentor for panel composed of Missouri State graduate students.
“Twittering My Life Away: Twitter as Gendered Space.” Feminisms and Rhetorics. Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, October 2009. Individual presentation.
“Fighting the Fear: Plagiarism as an Expression of Technophobia.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. San Francisco, March 2009. Individual presentation.
“But That’s Not Creative! Mentoring Creative Writers About Research, Teaching
and Service.” The Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference. Chicago, February 2009. Accepted panel presentation with Missouri State Creative Writing colleagues.
“Writing (blogs) While Female.” Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s), Little Rock, October 2007.
“Come On Over to Our House: Setting Up a Program-Wide Writing Community.” Computers and Writing, Wayne State University, May 2007. Individual presentation.
“Playing in Traffic on the Info-Highway,” part of the panel “Public, Private, and Digital Representations: An Examination of Professional Identity.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. New York City, March 2007. Individual presentation that discussed professional digital identity for graduate students. The panel included two Missouri State English Department graduate students—David Gross and Craig Meyer.
“Personal Weblogs and the Classroom Blog: Observations and Connections.” NCTE, Nashville, November 2006. Individual presentation.
“A Public View of Private Writing: Personal Weblogs and Adolescent Girls.” Selected for “Girl Culture, Online: Identity and Empowerment on the World Wide Web,” a panel sponsored by the Girls & their Allies Caucus. National Women’s Studies Association, Oakland, June 2006. Individual presentation.
“Wary Travelers and the Oasis: Discussions of Blended Classrooms and Pedagogical Experiences.” Computers and Writing, Texas Tech, May 2006. Roundtable.
“Collaborative Writing the WIKI Way.” The Computer Connection, Conference on College Composition and Communication. Chicago, March 2006. Roundtable.
“Their Own Space: Adolescent Girls and the Personal Weblog.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. San Francisco, March 2005. Individual presentation.
“A Public View of Private Writing: Weblogs, Adolescent Girls, and the Cybermuse Community.” NCTE, Indianapolis November 2004. Individual presentation.
“Camp Fire Girls and the Commonplace: Describing What It Is (and Was) to Be Useful.” Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s). Ohio State University, October 2003. Individual presentation.
“Digital Language and Literacy: Establishing Department, Campus, and Community Partnerships in Technology-Based Teaching and Learning.” NCTE, San Francisco November 2003. Roundtable presentation accepted.
“Scholarship in Computers and Composition: The Digital Language and Literacy Research Community.” Second Annual BGSU Research Conference, Bowing Green State University, October 2003. Collaborative poster session.
“GeekGirls and the Sim Nation: Rewriting the World.” Computers and Writing Conference. Purdue University, May 2003. Individual presentation.
“Digital Dilemmas of Online Teaching and Learning.” Computers and Writing Conference, Purdue University, May 2003. Roundtable presentation.
“Adolescent Girls and Online Journals: A Creative Place for Development of a Writer’s Identity.” Thomas R. Watson Conference on Rhetoric and Composition, University of Louisville, October 2002. Individual presentation.
Computers and Composition Online. Senior Editor, August 2002 – present.
One of the founding editors at CCO’s present location. Duties include solicitation of new work at conferences, editorial review of submitted work, web-authoring occasional reviews for text authors, and editorial supervision for articles personally solicited.
Moon City Press. Editor, 2008 – present. Duties include solicitation of new work, promotion of new releases, website development, and editing individual book projects.
Mid-American Review. Assistant Editor, August 1999 – 2002. Read submissions and selected poetry. Successfully solicited work from established poets, including Albert Goldbarth, Linda Gregg, A.E. Stallings, and Sondra Gilbert.
Occasional Reader and Reviewer,
Technical Communication Quarterly