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Phillip Goodwin

Phillip Goodwin

Instructor

Department of English
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Contact Information

Phone
970-351-2475
Office
Ross 1180D
Office Hours
T/TH 3:30 - 4:30 or by appointment
Mailing Address
University of Northern Colorado
Department of English
Campus Box 109
Greeley, CO 80639

Education

PhD in English / Rhetoric and Composition / University of Nevada, Reno, 2018

M.A. in English / SUNY Oswego, 2011

B.A. in English (Concentration in Creative Writing) / SUNY New Paltz, 2003

Professional/Academic Experience

Instructor, Department of English, University of Northern Colorado, Spring 2021-Present 

Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of Central Oklahoma, Fall 2021

Lecturer, English Department, University of Nevada, Reno, Fall 2018-Spring 2020

Research/Areas of Interest

Public Sphere/Counterpublic Theory / Political Economic Rhetoric / Materialism / Public Engagement Pedagogy / Circulation and Ecologies of Writing

Publications/Creative Works

Articles

“A Body of Authority: Reorienting Gender and Power in Julian of Norwich’s Showings.” Special issue of Humanities on Gender, Race, and Material Culture, vol. 10, 2021, pp. 1-8. 

“Embodied Subjectivities and the City: Staking a Claim and Engaging Public Debates through Multimodality.” College Composition and Communication, vol. 72(2), 2020, pp. 224-250.  

“Precarious Economies: Going Public in the Age of Neoliberal Planning.” Lead author with Ruben Casas, Ralph Cintron, Josh Hanan, Leslie Rossman, and Nick Scuillo. Special issue of The Review of Communication on RSA Project 2019, vol. 20(2), 2019, pp. 152-160. 

 “The Function of the Quasi-Public Intellectual in the Manipulation of Publics.” Rhetoric Review, vol. 38(3), 2019, pp. 353-365. 

 “On Theory and Resistance: From an Epistemological to an Ontological Project.” Works & Days, vol. 36(1), 2018, pp. 85-112. 

Book Chapters

“Precarious Economies: Going Public in the Age of Neoliberal Planning.” Lead author with Ruben Casas, Ralph Cintron, Josh Hanan, Leslie Rossman, and Nick Scuillo. Into the Gateway: Project on Power, Place, and Publics. Eds. Catherine Chaput and Amy Pason. New York, Routledge, pp. 60-68. Forthcoming July 2022.

“Accountable to Whom?: The Rhetorical Circulation of Neoliberalism and the Discourse on Higher Education.” Co-authored with Katrina Miller and Catherine Chaput, Neoliberal Rhetoric and Everyday Life, Ed. Kim Hong Nguyen. Palgrave Macmillan, 2016, pp. 15-37.