Published with Dr. Ryan L. Winet in Native Feminist Texts, Spec. issue of English Journal, vol. 106, no. 1, Sept. 2016, pp. 66-68.
Published with Drs. Marisa Lamb and Jenna Sheffield in Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, vol. 19, no. 3, Fall 2016.
Published in Food, Feminisms, and Rhetorics, edited collection with Dr. Melissa A. Goldthwaite. Southern Illinois University Press, June 2017, pp.100-118. From Street Food to Digital Kitchens: Toward a Feminist Rhetoric of Culinary Tourism by Kristin Winet on Scribd
Published in British Writers XXII, edited collection with Dr. Jay Parini. Charles Scribner Son’s, 2015, pp.143-154. Pico Iyer, 1957– by Kristin Winet on Scribd
Published in Feminist Challenges, Feminist Rhetorics: Locations, Scholarship, and Discourse, edited collection with Dr. Kristi Cole. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2014, pp.127-144. If Not a Mother and Not a Maid, Then What?: How Feminist Pedagogy Works (Or Doesn’t) For First-Year Teachin… by Kristin Winet on Scribd
I’ve noticed that a lot of travel bloggers lately are writing and sharing posts specifically dedicated to “why they travel.” Check out any travel blog–you’ll see what I mean. Not surprisingly, a lot of them offer anecdotes of heartbreak, boredom, apathy, curiosity, and a desire to see the world (the usual suspects). And it makes sense–readers want to know how…