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Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative (Series)

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The Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative Book Series publishes texts that investigate the multiliteracies of digitally mediated spaces both within academia as well as other contexts. We encourage submissions that address, among others, topics such as:

  • new convergences and economies;
  • shifting ideologies and politics;
  • global contexts and multilingual discourses;
  • reconstructions of race, class, gender, sexuality, and (dis)ability;
  • emerging theories and technologies; and
  • reconfigured divisions and connections within these spaces.

The DRC is known for its born-digital as well as digitally enhanced submissions — in the form of collections and monographs of varying lengths and genres — that engage with digital rhetoric’s histories and futures; its border-fields and transdisciplines; its ethics and aesthetics; its materialities, networks, praxes and pedagogies.
For more information about submitting a proposal visit our Submit a Book Proposal page.

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Memetic Rhetorics

Toward a Toolkit for Ethical Meming

Approaches memes from a rhetorical ethical perspective to examine what makes a successful meme and how memes operate in digital groups

Beyond the Makerspace

Making and Relational Rhetorics

How the boundaries of making shape and are shaped by relations among bodies, technologies, traditions, materials, things, and spaces

Video Scholarship and Screen Composing

Recasts expectations for scholarship and explores emerging methods of composing in the media-rich, networked spaces of digital screens

Writing Workflows

Beyond Word Processing

A study of how writing tools and the writing process shape each other

Rhetorical Code Studies

Discovering Arguments in and around Code

An exploration of software code as meaningful communication through which amateur and professional software developers construct arguments—Winner of the 2017 DRC Book Prize!

Developing Writers in Higher Education

A Longitudinal Study

A comprehensive study offers new perspectives on college students’ writerly development across their undergraduate years

Sites of Translation

What Multilinguals Can Teach Us about Digital Writing and Rhetoric

A groundbreaking study of the inventive intellectual work performed by multilingual communicators who translate information in academic and professional spaces—Winner of the 2016 DRC Book Prize!

Making Space

Writing Instruction, Infrastructure, and Multiliteracies

An inventive collection that explores how the design of spaces —physical, digital, infrastructural, and pedagogical—affects writing research and writing instruction


Rhetoric, Technology, and New Media Composition

An exploration of presymbolic rhetoricity across comics and other media in an innovative, interactive form

Digital Samaritans

Rhetorical Delivery and Engagement in the Digital Humanities

An investigation of the communicative objectives of Samaritans who are exploring the powerful expressive affordances of digital environments—Winner of the 2017 CCCC Research Impact Award!