Jason Palmeri

Jason PalmeriProfessor of English and Co-Director of Ohio Writing Project

356A Bachelor Hall
Oxford Campus


  • PhD, English (Rhetoric, Composition, and Literacy), Ohio State University, 2007
  • MA, English, Ohio State University, 2003
  • BA, Literature, New College of Florida, 1999

Teaching and Research Interests

  • Composition History, Theory, and Practice
  • Multimodal and Digital Writing Pedagogies
  • Digital Humanities
  • English Education
  • Queer Pedagogies and Rhetorics

Selected Publications

  • Jason Palmeri / Ben McCorkle. 100 Years of New Media Pedagogy. University of Michigan Press. 2021.
  • Palmeri, Jason. Remixing Composition: A History of Multimodal Writing Pedagogy. Southern Illinois University Press, 2012.
  • Palmeri, Jason and Abby Dubisar. “Participation as Reflective Practice: Digital Composing and Feminist Pedagogy.” In Blankenship, Lisa et al eds. The Rhetoric of Participation. Computers and Composition Digital Press / Utah State UP. 2019. 
  • Palmeri, Jason. “Nevermind Jackson Pollock, Where’s Judy Chicago?” In Nathalie Virgintino and Katherine Hanzalik, Eds.  Exquisite Corpse: Art-Based Writing Practices in the Academy. Parlor Press. 2019.  149 – 172.
  • Palmeri, Jason. “Disruptive Queer Narratives in Composition and Literacy Studies.” College English. May 2018. 471 – 486. 
  • Palmeri, Jason and Ben McCorkle. “English Via the Airwaves: Recovering 1930s Radio Pedagogies.” In Kyle Stedman, Courtney Danforth, and Michael Faris, Eds. Soundwriting Pedagogies. Computers and Composition Digital Press / Utah State UP. 2018.  
  • Palmeri, Jason and Ben McCorkle. “A Distant View of English Journal, 1912 – 2012.” Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy. 22.2. January 2018. 
  • Palmeri, Jason. “Multimodality Before and Beyond the Computer.” In Jonathan Alexander and Jacqueline Rhodes, Eds. Routledge Handbook of Digital Writing and Rhetoric. Routledge. 2018. 27-37.
  • Saur, Elizabeth and Jason Palmeri. “Letter to a New TA: Affect Edition.” Writing Program Administration. Spring 2017. 146-153.