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Steven Wexler


Steven  Wexler Associate Professor
PhD (2006) University of Louisville
Office: Sierra Tower Room, 732
Phone: Telephone: (818) 677-5694
Email: steven.wexler@csun.edu
Web Site: http://www.csun.edu/~swexler

Office Hours

None submitted for this semester.
 

Biography:

Steven Wexler received his Ph.D. from the University of Louisville and B.A. from Syracuse University. His research and teaching interests include rhetoric, philosophy, digital writing, and film.

 

Publications:

"Bicycle!" Toys. Special issue of SPECS: Journal of Art and Culture 3.1 (2010): 178-90.
 
"Rhetoric, Literacy, and Social Change in Post-Mao China." College Composition and Communication 60.4 (2009): 808-26.

"The Science of Academic Freedom." Invited contribution. Special issue: Academic Freedom and Intellectual Activism in the Post-9/11 UniversityWorks and Days 51-54. 26-27 (2009): 389-98.

“(I'm)Material Labor in the Digital Age.” Guest editor and contributor, Mental Labor issue. Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor 15 (2008): 1-11. Web. 

"Beyond the Knowledge Factory: A Review of David B. Downing’s The Knowledge Contract: Politics and Paradigms in the Academic Workplace." Studies in the Humanities 33.1 (2006): 1-31.
  
"Review of How Class Works: Power and Social Movement by Stanley Aronowitz." Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor 6.2 (2004). Web.

"Terminal Narcissus and the Posthuman: Reflexivity and Augmentation Through the Hypertext Mirror."  Kairos 7.3 (2002). Web.

"Freedom in Frankenstein: What We Can Learn from a Marcusian Monster."  Proceedings of the Image of the Outsider in Literature, Media, and Society: Selected Papers. Ed. Will Wright and Steven Kaplan. Pueblo: Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery and the University of Southern Colorado, 2002.  67-71.

With Sarah Edgington. "Bibliography of Critical Work on James and Film."  Henry James Goes to the Movies.  Ed. Susan M. Griffin.  Lexington: UP of Kentucky, 2001.  359-65.

 

 

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Sample Courses

ENGL 654 Advanced Topics in Rhetoric and Composition: The Politics of Information

ENGL 654 Advanced Topics in Rhetoric and Composition: Rhetoric of Science

ENGL 651 Rhetorical Theory and Composition

ENGL 650 Twentieth-Century Rhetoric

ENGL 638 Seminar in Critical Approaches to Literature

ENGL 630 Rise of the Novel

ENGL 495esm Multigenre Literacy in a Global Context

ENGL 436 Major Critical Theories

ENGL 313 Popular Culture

ENGL 312 Literature and Film: Woody Allen

ENGL 313 Literature and Film: The Dystopian Imaginary

ENGL 114A Stretch Composition

ENGL 114B Stretch Composition

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