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JE SSICA SHUMAKE

University Writing Program


University of Notre Dame
205 Coleman Morse Center
Notre Dame, IN 46556
jshumake@nd.edu
EDUCATION
PhD Department of English, University of Arizona, 2013
Concentration: Rhetoric, Composition, and the Teaching of English

MA Department of Philosophy, University of Windsor, 2000


Concentration: Argumentation

BA Department of English, Department of Philosophy, Christopher Newport University,


cum laude, double major, 1999

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
• Assistant Teaching Professor, University Writing Program and Affiliate Faculty in Gender
Studies Program, University of Notre Dame, 2018–present
• Visiting Assistant Professor of Writing and Rhetoric, Oakland University, 2017–2018
• Assistant Professor, School of Information, University of Arizona, 2015–2017
• Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Composition, Georgia College and State University,
2014–2015
• Lecturer and Honors Course Director, Department of English, University of Arizona,
2013–2014

PUBLICATIONS

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES
Shumake, Jessica, and Rachael W. Shah. “Reciprocity and Power Dynamics: Community
Members Grading Students.” Reflections: A Journal of Public Rhetoric, Civic Writing, and
Service Learning. vol. 17, no. 2, 2017, pp. 5–42.

Shumake, Jessica. “Archival Research as a Queer Practice: ‘Pull Here.’” The Writing Instructor:
A Networked Journal and Digital Community for Writers and Teachers of Writing, 2015,
http://www.writinginstructor.org/shumake-2015-03.

Shumake, Jessica. “Reconceptualizing Rhetoric, Communication, and Argumentation from a


Feminist Perspective.” Guidance & Counselling, vol. 17, no. 4, 2002, pp. 399–404.
Reprinted with permission in iSpeak: Public Speaking for Contemporary Life. Ed. Scott
Titsworth. McGraw-Hill, 2003.

REFEREED PROCEEDINGS AND BOOK CHAPTERS


Shumake, Jessica. “Hiding and Seeking Rhetorical Visibility of LGBTQ People at the
Smithsonian.” Re/Framing Identifications: Rhetoric Society of America Proceedings, edited by
Michelle Ballif, Waveland Press, 2014, pp. 221–229.

Shumake, Jessica. “Writing for the Public: Argumentation and Imagination.” Writing Public
Lives: From Personal Interests to Public Rhetoric. 3rd ed., edited by Chris Minnix and Carol
Nowotny-Young. Hayden-McNeil, 2012, pp. 255–278.

Shumake, Jessica, and Linda Carozza. “Negotiating Safe Space in an Unsafe Place.”
Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Feminist Research Conference, edited by Charlene Senn,
Feminist Research Group, 2004, pp. 1–30.

Shumake, Jessica. “Support, Adversariality, and Negotiation of Meaning on an Academic


Mailing List.” Informal Logic at 25, edited by J. Anthony Blair et al., Ontario Society for
the Study of Argumentation, 2003, pp. 1–20.

REVIEWS AND REVIEW ESSAYS


Shumake, Jessica. Review of Timothy Laquintano’s Mass Authorship and the Rise of Self-
Publishing. Community Literacy Journal, vol. 12, no. 1, Fall 2017, pp. 100–103.

Shumake, Jessica. Review of “Visual Rhetoric for Social Change in the Writing Classroom”
CCCC 2016, Panel J. 24. Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, vol. 21,
no. 2, 2017, http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/21.2/reviews/cccc2016/CCCC2016-
reviews.pdf.

Shumake, Jessica. Review Essay: “A Saunter Through History: Tourists of History: Memory,
Kitsch, and Consumerism from Oklahoma City to Ground Zero and Down in the Dumps: Place,
Modernity, American Depression.” TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies, vol. 22, 2009,
pp. 209–214.

WORKS IN PROGRESS
Shumake, Jessica. Review of Jean Bessette’s Retroactivism in the Lesbian Archives: Composing
Pasts and Futures. QED: A Journal in GLBTQ Worldmaking.

PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION
2014–2015: Coordinator, First-Year Writing Program, Georgia College and State University.
Administrative position. Organized and structured curricular support for 25 graduate
student and part-time instructors. Conducted general meetings and coordinated
assessment for all FYW courses.

2013–2014: Honors and Advanced Composition Course Director, University of Arizona.

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Administrative position. Supervised 18 graduate teaching associates in English 109H
(honors composition) and 4 graduate teaching associates in English 306 (advanced
composition). Coordinated assessment for all English 109H and 306 courses.

HONORS AND AWARDS


2013 Difference and Inequality Teaching Award ($200), University of Arizona
Writing Program.

2012 Excellence in Service-Learning Award ($200), University of Arizona Writing


Program.

2011 Julie Christakis DeFazio Excellence in Teaching Award ($2,500), University of


Arizona Writing Program.

2009 Barry Briggs Excellence in Teaching Composition and Music Award ($200),
University of Arizona Writing Program.

GRANTS
2016 Wildcat Writers Field Trip Grant, University of Arizona Writing Program
($170), PI: Grant to support Wildcat Writers high school-college digital
storytelling project.

2015 Community-Based Engaged Learning Apprentice Grant, Georgia College and


State University ($750), PI: Grant to launch Bobcat Writers Literacy Program.

2008–2014 Faculty-Student Interaction Grants ($890, $116, $1,000, $700, $600, $700), PI:
Grants to support Wildcat Writers high school-college writing partnerships.

ACTION RESEARCH PARTNERSHIPS


2014–2017: Member and Teacher Consultant, Southern Arizona Writing Project (SAWP)
Advisory Board, University of Arizona, co-facilitated scoring conference and
professional development for K-12 and college teachers.

2012–2017: Member, Wildcat Writers Advisory Board, University of Arizona, contributed to


peer-tutor training in high school writing centers and assessed impact of collaborative
high school and college writing exchanges from the perspective of high school teachers
and high student participants.

2015–2016: i3 Grant on Rural Literacy Leadership Team Member, Southern Arizona


Writing Project, University of Arizona, delivered 90 hours of professional development
on teaching argumentative writing through classroom co-teaching, retreats,
workshops, and mentoring partnerships with high school teachers in Douglas, AZ.

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2014–2015: Founder and Coordinator, Bobcat Writers, Early College Literacy Program,
Georgia College and State University, directed outreach program to coordinate writing
partnerships between high school and college students. Observed graduate students at
their assignments in Early College classrooms and offered advice on teaching.

EDITORIAL EXPERIENCE
Book Review and New Media Editor, Community Literacy Journal (August 2014–present).
Issue 13.2 (Spring 2019), Issue 13.1 (Fall 2018), Issue 12.2 (Spring 2018), Issue 12.1
(Fall 2017), Issue 11.2 (Spring 2017), Issue 10.2 (Spring 2016), Issue 10.1 (Fall
2015), Issue 9.2 (Spring 2015), Issue 9.1 (Fall 2014).

SELECTED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS


2018 “Inducements to Assessment: (Re)inventing Gay Pulp Fiction Audiences.”
Rhetoric Society of America (RSA) Conference. University of Minnesota,
Minneapolis, MN, USA. June 3.

“Doing the Labor of Rhet-Comp Outside the Field: Technical Literacies and
Paths Back Home.” Conference on College Composition and Communication
(CCCC). Kansas City, MO, USA. March 15.

2017 “Publishing Keyword Essays and Reviews with the Community Literacy Journal”
Roundtable. Conference on Community Writing (CCW). University of
Colorado, Boulder, CO, USA. October 20.

“Radical Localism: Cultivating Institutional Literacies for Community


Engagement” Conference on College Composition and Communication
(CCCC). Portland, OR, USA. March 16.

2016 “Collaborative Problem Solving: Rhetorical Structures for Change.” Rhetoric


Society of America (RSA) Conference. Atlanta, GA, USA. May 27.

2015 “Chasing Away Teaching Slumps.” Research on Teaching and Learning


Summit. Kennesaw, GA, USA. February 20.

2014 “Breaking through Time in Images and Language: Ekphrastic Leaps in the Here
and Now.” Rhetoric Society of America (RSA) Conference. San Antonio, TX,
USA. May 24.

2013 “Public Rhetorics in 21st Century Pedagogy: TED Talks, Activist Rhetoric
Campaigns, and Rhetorical Education” New Directions in Critical Theory
Conference. Tucson, AZ, USA. April 6.

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2012 “Hiding and Seeking Rhetorical Visibility of LGBTQ People at the
Smithsonian.” Rhetoric Society of America (RSA) Conference. Philadelphia,
PA, USA. May 26.

2011 “Drafts that Don’t Get Love: Recircuiting Value in Whole-Class Workshops.”
Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC). Atlanta,
GA, USA. April 7.

2010 “Theorizing the Canon of Memory through Practices of Forgetting.” Western


States Rhetoric and Literacy Conference (WSRL). Las Cruces, NM, USA.
October 22.

“The Consolation of Oppositional Intellection.” Conference on College


Composition and Communication (CCCC). Louisville, KY, USA. March 20.

2009 “Kitsch, Community, and Literacy: Toward a Politics of Engagement.” Western


States Rhetoric and Literacy Conference (WSRL). Salt Lake City, UT, USA.
October 23.

“Teaching Manifesto Writing.” Conference on College Composition and


Communication (CCCC). San Francisco, CA, USA. March 13.

2008 “Siblings Under the Skin: Argumentation, Pragmatics, and Rhetoric.” Promise
of Reason: The New Rhetoric After 50 Years. Eugene, OR, USA. May 18.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
Lower-Division, Undergraduate Courses
Writing and Rhetoric (3 sections total)

OAKLAND UNIVERSITY
Upper-Division, Undergraduate Courses
Business Writing (4 sections total)

Lower-Division, Undergraduate Courses


Composition II (3 sections)

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA
Graduate Courses
Practicum in the Teaching of First-Year College Writing (2 sections)

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Upper-Division, Undergraduate Courses
Intro. to Rhetorical Theory, Inquiry, and Practice (2 sections total, 1 service-learning section)
Digital Storytelling and Culture (4 sections total, 1 service-learning section)
Theories of New Media (2 sections total)

Lower-Division, Undergraduate Courses


Social Media Strategies Across Professions (8 sections)
Collaborating in Online Communities (2 sections)
Academic Literacy: New Start Summer Bridge Program (1 section)
English Composition for Second Language Writers (1 section)
Advanced Honors Composition (11 sections total, 4 service-learning sections)
First-Year Composition: Rhetorical Analysis and Research (4 sections)

Committees
Senior Capstone Supervision, Marco Garcia

GEORGIA COLLEGE AND STATE UNIVERSITY


Graduate Courses
Theories of Composition and Rhetoric (1 section)

Upper-Division, Undergraduate Courses


Critical Approaches to Literature (1 section)

Lower-Division, Undergraduate Courses


Composition I, Bridge Scholars Program (2 sections)
Composition II, Chemistry and Honors Cohorts (2 sections total, 1 service-learning section)

Committees
Senior Capstone Supervision, Ainsley Adams

YORK UNIVERSITY
Upper-Division, Undergraduate Courses, Instructor of Record
Ethics of Publicity in Professional Writing (1 section)

Lower-Division, Undergraduate Courses, Graduate Teaching Assistant


Professional Writing: Process and Practice (1 section)
Prose Writing (4 sections)
Language and Gender (4 sections)
Philosophy of Law (4 sections)
Introduction to Communication (4 sections)
Introduction to Philosophy (4 sections)
Introduction to Logic (2 sections)

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PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
2019: Panel Chair, Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC)
“What’s in a Name? Let’s Treat That as a Real Question.” Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
March 15.

2015, 2016, 2018, 2019: Discussion Leader, Conference on College Composition and
Communication (CCCC), Research Network Forum (RNF). Tampa, FL, USA,
March 18; Houston, TX, USA, April 6; Kansas City, MO, USA, March 14;
Pittsburgh, PA, March 13.

2016: Panel Chair, Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) “We
are Not Color Blind: Empowering Spanglish and Other Types of Code
Switching.” Houston, TX, USA. April 8.

2015: Panel Chair, Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC),


“Witnessing Subversion and Dissent: Rhetoric, Literacy, Writing.” Tampa, FL,
USA. March 20.

2013: Panel Chair, Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) “Dual
Enrollment/Dual Credit: The Missing and the Hidden.” Las Vegas, NV, USA.
March 14.

2007: Panel Chair, Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC)


“Grounded Theory in Practice.” New York, NY, USA. March 23.

UNIVERSITY SERVICE
UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
2018–present: Member, Learning Management Guidance Counsel, LMS and Learning
Analytics Team

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA
2016, Fall: Conference Co-Chair, “College-Ready Writers Program Scoring Conference”

2016, Fall: Facilitator, Sunnyside High School Writing Center Tutor Training Workshop

2015–2016: Member, Learning Management System RFP Committee, Office of Instruction


and Assessment

2012–2014: Faculty Advisor, Ben’s Bells Kindness Club

2011–2014: First-Year Student Mentor, Arizona Assurance Scholars Program

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2010–2013: Faculty Advisor, Parliamentary Debate Club

GEORGIA COLLEGE AND STATE UNIVERSITY

2014–2015: Mentor, SOAR Minority Advancement Program

2014–2015: Member, Women’s Studies Advisory Committee

2014: Member, Margaret Wilson Writing Award Committee

DEPARTMENT SERVICE
UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
2019: Member, McPartlin Writing Award Committee, University Writing Program

2019: Member, Fresh Writing Editorial Board, University Writing Program

OAKLAND UNIVERSITY
2017–2018, Member, Professional Writing Committee, Department of Writing and
Rhetoric

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA
2016–2017, Member, Accredited Programs & Assessment Committee, School of Information

2015-2016: Member, Promotion and Tenure Review Committee, School of Information

2014: Member, Difference and Inequality Award Committee

2012–2014: Member, Service-Learning Award Committee

SELEC TED AC ADEMIC DEVELO PMENT


2017 “Queer Archival Immersion: Rhetoric, Performance, Pedagogy, and Politics at
the Kinsey Institute” with E. Cram, Charles Morris, Eric Darnell Pritchard, and
K.J. Rawson. Rhetoric Society of America (RSA) Summer Institute Seminar.
Indiana University, Bloomington. May 22–25.

2015 “Whither 'Social Movement' in Rhetorical Studies” with Christina Foust and
Charles Morris. Rhetoric Society of America (RSA) Summer Institute
Workshop. University of Wisconsin, Madison. June 5–7.

2013 “Rhetoric Memory Archive Museum” with Michael Bernard-Donals. Rhetoric


Society of America (RSA) Summer Institute Workshop. University of Kansas.
June 7–9.

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2009–2010: Guest Curator, Curtain Call: Vaudeville Collections, Special Collections,
University of Arizona.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
Conference on College Composition and Communication
Rhetoric Society of America
National Council of Teachers of English

REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

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