Academic Labor and Institutional Ethnography, Material Feminisms, WPA, Community Engagement, FYC, Graduate Writing
My research centers around examinations of institutions and their workings, specifically the labor and discursive practices that shape our material conditions. I frequently engage in qualitative research methods to explore topics related to my interests in academic labor: WPA, adjunct and graduate student. I also like to engage with work in writing centers and WAC/WID. My scholarly interests stem from my deeper interests in nature, culture and place.
Cox, A., (2018) Collaboration and resistance: academic freedom and non-Tenured labor. FORUM: Issues about Part-time and Contingent Faculty, (22)1, n.p. (Forthcoming).
Gilbert, B. with Cox, A. Get Out: A Guide to Field Programming in the Arts. Routledge. (Book).
LaFrance, M., & Cox, A. (2017). Brutal(ist) meditations: space and labor-movement in a Writing program. In Kahn. S., Lallicker, W.B. & Lynch-Biniek, A. (Eds). Contingency, Exploitation and Solidarity: Labor and Action in English Composition (pp. 279-301) Fort Collins, Colorado: WAC Clearinghouse and the University Press of Colorado.
Cox, A., Dougherty, T., Kahn, S., LaFrance, M. & Lynch-Biniek, A. (2016). The Indianapolis Resolution: Responding to 21st Century Exigencies/Political Economies of Composition Labor. College Composition and Communication (68)1, 38-67.
Cox, A. (2015). Mapping disciplinary values and rhetorical concerns through language: writing instruction in the visual and performing arts. Across the Disciplines: A Journal of Language, Learning and Academic Writing(12) 4 (n.p.) wac.colostate.edu/atd/performing_arts/cox2015.cfm
Graduate Employees Union at Michigan State University