Dr. Keri Mathis
Assistant Teaching Professor, Writing
Office: C5B Tribble Hall
Phone: (336) 758-6180
PhD, English – Rhetoric and Composition – University of Louisville
MA, Renaissance Studies – University of Alabama
BA, English – University of Georgia
Areas of Interest
gendered writing practices; textual production; rhetorical genre studies; multimodal and digital media studies; archival research; community engagement; community literacy
Courses Taught at Wake Forest
WRI 111 – Exploring Community Writing
WRI 111 – Invisible Work and Workplaces
Mathis, Keri E., and Beth A. Boehm. “Building Engaged Interventions in Graduate Education.” Composing Feminist Interventions: Activism, Engagement, Praxis. Eds. Kristine Blair and Lee Nickoson. WAC Clearinghouse. May 2018.
Mathis, Keri E., et al. “Building Infrastructures for Community Engagement at the University of Louisville: Graduate Models for Cultivating Scholarly Identities.” Community Literacy Journal 11.1 (Autumn 2016). Print.
Mathis, Keri E. “Genre Uptake and Mobility: Making Meaning in Mobilized Contexts.”(Response) Working Paper Series on Mobility Work in Composition: Translation, Migration, Transformation. Louisville: Thomas R. Watson Conference on Rhetoric and Composition. October 2016. Web.
Journet, Debra, et al. “ClarissaBlogs.” Kairos 19.2 (2015). Web.