Steven Wexler received his Ph.D. from the University of Louisville and B.A. from Syracuse University. His research and teaching interests include rhetoric and philosophy of language, rhetoric of science, transnationalism, and film.
"Bicycle!" specs: Contemporary Arts and Culture 3 (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 University. Works 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. http://www.cust.educ.ubc.ca/workplace/issue15/index.html.
"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). http://www.cust.educ.ubc.ca/workplace/issue6p1/wexler.html.
"Terminal Narcissus and the Posthuman: Reflexivity and Augmentation Through the Hypertext Mirror." Kairos 7.3 (2002). http://english.ttu.edu/KAIROS/7.3/binder2.html?coverweb/wexler/index.html.
"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.