Recent publications by CEDAR Faculty

Arola, Kristin L. “A Land-Based Digital Design Rhetoric.” Routledge Companion to Digital Writing & Rhetoric. Eds. Jonathan Alexander & Jacqueline Rhodes. New York: Routledge. 2018.

Arola, Kristin L. “Composing as Culturing: An American Indian Approach to Digital Ethics.” Handbook of Digital Writing and Literacies Research. Eds. Kathy Mills, Amy Stornaiuolo, Anna Smith & Jessica Zacher Pandya. New York: Routledge. 2018.

Ball, Cheryl E., Jennifer Sheppard, and Kristin L. Arola. Writer/Designer: Making Multimodal Projects, 2nd Edition. Bedford/St. Martin’s Press, 2018.

Boyles, Christina. Archivo de Respuestas Emergencias de Puerto Rico (AREPR):

Boyles, Christina. “Resilience, Recovery, and Refusal: The (Un)tellable Narratives of post-María Puerto Rico.” enculturation. 32 (Fall 2020):

Boyles, Christina. “Counting the Costs: Funding Feminism in the Digital Humanities.” Feminist Debates in the Digital Humanities. Eds. Jacqueline Wernimont and Liz Losh. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2019.

Chambliss, Julian. Advocate Recovered: A Critical Making Digital Recovery Project

Chambliss, Julian. Beyond the Black Panther: Visions of Afrofuturism in American Comics [Virtual Exhibition 2021]. Curator. Michigan State University Museum, East Lansing, MI, United States

Chambliss, Julian. Reframing Digital Humanities: Conversations with Digital Humanists. Michigan State University Libraries, 2021.

Leon, Sharon. Life and Labor under the Jesuits: An Examination of the Enslaved persons Owned (and Sold) by the Maryland Province Jesuits, 1717-1838. Supported by a National Endowment for the Humanities-Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellowship for Digital Publications (September 2017-May 2018). <>. [in progress]

Leon, Sharon. “The Peril and Promise of Historians as Data Creators: Perspective, Structure, and the Problem of Representation,” in Enslaved: The Making of a Digital Project, eds. Walter Hawthorne, Dean Rehberger, and Daryle Williams (Michigan State University Press). [forthcoming]

Leon, Sharon. “Silence and Blindness: Newman’s Digitally Enhanced Imaginary,” The William and Mary Quarterly 76, no. 1 (2019): 19–24,