Queer rhetorics, multimodal composition, digital rhetoric, cultural rhetorics, digital video
Casey Miles is an Assistant Professor in the Writing, Rhetoric & American Cultures department at Michigan State University. She teaches in the Professional Writing and First-Year Writing Programs. Casey received her PhD in Cultural Rhetorics from MSU as well; also holding a master’s degree in Digital Rhetoric & Professional Writing.
Casey recently won the 2016 CCCC Gloria Anzaldúa Rhetorician Award for her scholarship focused on queer multimodal research. She continues to work on her documentary series, The Gender Project, which explores the ways queer people compose gender, gender identity, and sexuality in their everyday lives.
PhD in Rhetoric & Writing
Miles, Casey. “Butch Rhetoric: queer masculinity in rhetoric & composition.” Kairos 20.1 (August 2015). Video. http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/20.1/disputatio/miles/index.html
Miles, Casey. "The Queer Critical Research Practices of The Gender Project." Conference on College Composition and Communication. Portland, OR, 2017.
Miles, Casey. “Femme: Doing it Wrong.” Video. Itineration: Cross-Disciplinary Studies in Rhetoric, Media, and Culture. Accepted.
Miles, Casey. “The Queer Collaboration and Embodied Multimodal Composition of The Gender Project.” Computers & Writing. Rochester, NY (St. John Fisher College). May 19-22, 2016. Conference presentation.
Introduction to Professional Writing
Multimedia Writing (Digital Video Composing)