Peer-Reviewed Articles

Propen, Amy D. “Open Data, Environmental Conservation, and the Digital Humanities: Mapping the Mangroves.” The CCCC-IP Annual. Web. June 2015.

Schuster, Mary Lay and Amy D. Propen. “Expanding Our Understanding of Kairos: Tracing Moral Panic and Risk Perception in the Debate over the Minnesota Sex Offender Program.” Journal of Technical Writing and Communication. 45.1 (2015): 3-30.

Propen, Amy D. “‘I Have Sometimes Seen the White Cloth Winding over the Rollers … And I Have Thought it Beautiful’: Reading the Mill Girls’ Narratives as Artifacts of Material Rhetoric.” Material Culture Review. Spring/Fall (2013): 107-122.

Propen, Amy and Mary Lay Schuster. “Understanding Genre Through the Lens of Advocacy: The Rhetorical Work of the Victim Impact Statement.” Written Communication. 27.1 (2010): 3-35. Winner of the 2010 John R. Hayes Award for Excellence in Writing Research.

Schuster, Mary Lay and Amy Propen. “Victim Impact Statements and the Domestic Violence Victim: Judicial Responses to Emotion in the Courtroom.” Law, Culture & the Humanities. 6.1 (2010): 75-104.

Propen, Amy and Mary Lay Schuster. “Making Academic Work Advocacy Work: Technologies of Power in the Public Arena.” Journal of Business and Technical Communication (JBTC). Special Issue: Business and Technical Communication in the Public Sphere. 22.3 (2008): 299-329.

Propen, Amy. “Visual Communication and the Map: How Maps as Visual Objects Convey Meaning in Specific Contexts.” Technical Communication Quarterly. 16.2 (2007): 233-254.

Propen, Amy. “Critical GPS: Toward a New Politics of Location.” ACME: An International E-Journal of Critical Geographies. Special Issue: Critical Cartographies. 4.1 (2005): 131-144.

Book Chapters

Propen, Amy D. “Technologies of Mediation and the Borders and Boundaries of Human-Nonhuman Animal Relationships in Marine Species Advocacy.” Rhetoric Across Borders. Ed. Anne Teresa Demo. Anderson: Parlor Press, 2015. 213-224.

Propen, Amy D. “The Rhetorical Work of the GPS: Geographic Knowledge-Making and the Technologically-Mediated Body.” Design, Mediation, and the Posthuman. Ed. Dennis Weiss, Amy Propen, and Colbey Reid. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2014. 23-40.

Propen, Amy D. “Reading the Atlas of the Patagonian Sea: Toward a Visual-Material Rhetorics of Environmental Advocacy.” Environmental Rhetoric and Ecologies of Place. Ed. Peter Goggin. New York: Routledge, 2013. 127-142.

Propen, Amy. “Cartographic Representation and the Construction of Lived Worlds: Understanding Cartographic Practice as Embodied Knowledge.” Rethinking Maps. Ed. Martin Dodge, Rob Kitchin, and Chris Perkins. New York: Routledge, 2009. 113-130.

Community Publications

Schuster, Mary Lay and Amy Propen. “The guardian ad litem: the ‘eyes and ears’ of the court.” WatchPost. 18(2). Spring 2010: 6-7.

Schuster, Mary Lay and Amy Propen. “Victim impact statements–Do they make a difference?” WatchPost. 14(3). Summer 2006: 1, 6-9.

Book Reviews

Propen, Amy. Rev. of Shaping Information: The Rhetoric of Visual Communication, by Charles Kostelnick and Michael Hassett. Journal of Technical Writing and Communication (JTWC). 36.2 (2006): 211-217.

Gurak, Laura and Amy Propen. Rev. of Eloquent Images: Word and Image in the Age of New Media, edited by Mary E. Hocks and Michelle R. Kendrick. Technical Communication Quarterly (TCQ). 14.1 (2005): 101-109.

Propen, Amy and Mary Lay Schuster. Rev. of Out of the Dead House: Nineteenth-Century Women Physicians and the Writing of Medicine, by Susan Wells. Rhetoric, Writing, Culture, Politics (JAC). 23.2 (2003): 443-48.

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