Publications & Presentations

Publications

Ashby, Dominic. “Both Insiders and Outsiders: Re/Framing Identification via Japanese Rhetoric.” Re/Framing Identifications. Ed. Michelle Ballif. Long Grove IL: Waveland, 2014. 309–315.

Ashby, Dominic. “Uchi/Soto in Japan: A Global Turn.” Comparative Rhetoric: The Art of Traversing Rhetorical Times, Places, and Spaces. Ed. LuMing Mao. Taylor and Francis, 2014. (Reprinted from Rhetoric Society Quarterly 43.3).

Ashby, Dominic. “Uchi/Soto in Japan: A Global Turn.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly 43.3 (2013): 256–269.

Ashby, Dominic and LuMing Mao. Review of Zen Buddhist Rhetoric in China, Korea, and Japan. Ed. Christoph Anderl. Rhetoric Review. 32.3 (2013): 368–373.

Ashby, Dominic. Review of Writing in the Devil’s Tongue: A History of English Composition in China. Xiaoye You. JAC 32.1-2 (2012): 416-424.

Ashby, Dominic. Review of The Idea of English in Japan: Ideology and the Evolution of a Global Language. Philip Seargeant. TESOL Quarterly 45.1 (2011): 194–196.

Under Review

“Nostalgia as a Rhetoric of Cross-Cultural Identification: Mediated Memory and Critique in Two Anime.” Under review at Quarterly Journal of Speech.

“Reimagining the Changes of the Past: Nostalgia as Rhetoric.” Under review for Rhetorics Change: #RSA16 Proceedings. Eds. Jenny Rice and Chelsea Graham. Intermezzo and Parlor Press.

Conference Presentations

“Reimagining the Changes of the Past: Nostalgia as Rhetoric.” Rhetoric Society of America Conference. Atlanta, GA. May 2016.

“To Say a Turning Word: Zen Rhetoric as Situated Enlightenment.” Kentucky Philological Association Annual Conference. Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY. March 2016.

“Idealized Girlhood and the Rhetoric of Japaneseness: The Figure of the Japanese Schoolgirl as a Trope for Maintaining Regional Identity.” Kentucky Philological Association Annual Conference. Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights, KY. March 2015.

“Opening the Gates of Academic Discourse: Inside–Outside Positionalities as Pedagogy in ESL/EFL Rhetoric and Composition Classrooms.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Indianapolis, IN. March 2014.

“Contextualizing Affiliations: Fluid Insider–Outsider Identities.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Las Vegas, NV. March 2013.

Uchi/Soto in Japan: A Global Turn.” MLA Annual Convention. Boston, MA. January 2013.

“Both Insiders and Outsiders: Re/Framing Identifications in Japanese Rhetoric.” Rhetoric Society of America Conference. Philadelphia, PA. May 2012.

“Between Outside and Inside: Anime and Manga as Gateways to Japanese Rhetoric.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. St. Louis, MO. March 2012.

“Ainu Activism: Movements of Indigenous Rhetoric through Time and Place.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Atlanta, GA. April 2011.

“Multimodal Remix and/as Cultural Critique.” With Amir Hassan and Mandy Watts. Digital Pedagogy Poster Session. Conference on College Composition and Communication. Atlanta, GA. April 2011.

“Representing Japan, Embodying America: The Rhetoric of Two Japanese-American Memoirs.” Rhetoric Society of America Conference. Minneapolis MN. May 2010.

“Simulating the Virtual: Depictions of MMORPGs in Anime and Manga.” Computers and Writing. Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN. May 2010.

“Rethinking Comp and ESL: Towards Placing Linguistic Diversity as the Norm.” Graduate Research Forum. Miami University, Oxford, OH. November 2009.

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