Assistant Professor of Communication, Communication
Assistant Professor, Communication
Core Faculty, Environmental Humanities Graduate Program
- “How to Publish Seminar Papers and Dissertations.” -- I was invited to be a panel Speaker at the University of Utah's Graduate Student Chapter of Rhetoric Society of America's Winter Writing Workshop.
- “The Rhetorical Construction of ‘The Environment.’” -- I was invited to be a guest speaker at the University of Utah, for a large undergraduate course, ENVST 2100: Introduction to Environment and Sustainability Studies.
- "Infrastructures of Expectation" -- I was invited to speak at an event at Goldsmiths (The University of London), called "Mediating Presents: Producing 'The Now' in Contemporary Digital Culture." .
- "On Rhetorical Energy" -- I was invited to be one of the virtual keynote speakers for the Carolina Rhetoric Conference in Raleigh, NC.
- Digital Culture Research Group, Visiting Faculty.
University of Bergen (Norway) Department of Literary, Linguistic, and Aesthetic Studies.
01/2019 - 07/2019.
- Chris Ingraham (2020). The Present as Platform. Media Theory. Vol. 4(2), 115-138.
- Chris Ingraham (2020). Notes From the Polar Night. Departures in Critical Qualitative Research. Vol. 9(4), 35-43.
- Chris Ingraham (2020). Gestures of Concern. (pp. 254). Duke University Press.
- Grant Rivers & Chris Ingraham (2020). Intangible Photography: On Seeking and Finding Cultural Heritage. (pp. 22-39). Routledge.
- Chris Ingraham (2020). Fake Plastic Trees. (pp. 109-136). Bloomsbury Academic.
- Nicholas Taylor & Chris Ingraham (2020). LEGOfied: Building Blocks as Media. (pp. 179). Bloomsbury Academic.
- Nicholas Taylor & Chris Ingraham (2020). Clickable Media in a Plastic World. (pp. 1-19). Bloomsbury Academic.
- Joshua Reeves (2020). Character Assassins and Moral Entrepreneurs: Social Media and the Regulation of Morality. (pp. 366-378). Routledge.
- Chris Ingraham (2020). The Human Rights of a River: Codifying the Posthuman. (pp. 313-330). Lexington Books.
- Chris Ingraham & Kjersti Aarstein, Nathan Jones, Søren Pold, Scott Rettberg, Joseph Tabbi (2019). Our Struggle: Reading Karl Ove Knausgård's Min Kamp. (pp. N/A). Vol. 04/07/2019. Electronic Book Review.
- Chris Ingraham (2019). Serendipity as Cultural Technique. Culture, Theory and Critique. Vol. 60:2, 107-122.