Department of English at Illinois State University

English Department Faculty and Staff


Haas

Angela Haas

Associate Professor

Office Address: STV 333A
Office Phone: (309) 438-7909
Office Hours: Thurs 9:30-11:30
Email: Contact Angela Haas (ahaas)
Website: Visit Angela Haas’s Website
Teaching Schedule:
Course NumberSectionCourse NameTimeRoom NumberCourse Links
ENG349.01Technical Writing II T R 12:35 - 13:50STV 0408
ENG449.01History and Theory of Technical and Professional Writing T 17:30 - 20:20STV 0109
Teaching Interests:
American Indian rhetorics and literatures, cultural rhetorics, digital rhetorics, histories and theories of technical communication, rhetorical theory, and visual rhetorics
Research Interests:
American Indian rhetorics and literatures, cultural rhetorics, decolonial theory and methodology, digital rhetorics, histories and theories of technical communication, indigenous feminisms, rhetorical theory, transnational cyberfeminist theory, and visual rhetorics
Education:
PhD, Rhetoric & Writing (concentrations in cultural rhetorics, digital rhetorics, and professional writing), Michigan State University, 2008.
MA, English (concentration in Rhetoric and Composition), Bowling Green State University, 1997.
BS, Secondary English Education, Bowling Green State University, 1992.
Selected Publications:

Haas, Angela M. (forthcoming Jan. 2015). "Toward a decolonial digital and visual American Indian Rhetorics Pedagogy." In Survivance, sovereignty, and story: Teaching indigenous rhetorics. Eds. Rose Gubele, Joyce Rain Anderson, & Lisa King. Utah State University.

Frost, Erin A. & Angela M. Haas. (forthcoming 2014) "Seeing and knowing the womb: Rethinking, revisiting, and revising rhetorics of fetal ultrasound toward a decolonization of our bodies." JAC: A Journal Of Rhetoric, Culture, & Politics. Vol. 33.

Haas, Angela M. (2013). Subject matter expert meets technical communicator: Stories of mestiza consciousness in the automotive industry. Negotiating cultural encounters: Narrating intercultural engineering and technical communication. Eds. Han Yu and Gerald Savage. IEEE Press. 227-245.

Haas, Angela M. (2012). Race, rhetoric, & technology: A case study of decolonial technical communication theory, methodology & pedagogy. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 26(3), 277-310. (Lead Article.)

Powell, Malea, Pigg, Stacey, Leon, Kendall, & Haas, Angela. (2010). Rhetoric. In Marcia Bates & Mary Niles Maack (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Library and Information Sciences (3rd ed.) (pp. 4548-4556). London: Taylor & Francis.

Haas, Angela M. (2010). Review of Who Owns Native Culture? by Michael F. Brown (Harvard UP, 2003). Computers and Composition 27(3), 238-241.

Haas, Angela M. (2009). Wired wombs: A rhetorical analysis of online infertility support communities. In Kristine Blair, Christine Tulley, and Radhika Gajjala (Eds.), Webbing Cyberfeminist Practices (pp. 61-84). Creskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

Haas, Angela M. (2007). Wampum as hypertext: An American Indian intellectual tradition of multimedia theory and practice. Studies in American Indian Literatures, 19(4), 77-100.

Haas, Angela M., Driskill, Qwo-Li, Eyman, Doug, & Hart-Davidson, Bill. (2007). A net-working community: WIDE and the rhetoric and writing graduate program at Michigan State University. Currents in Electronic Literacyhttp://currents.cwrl.utexas.edu/2007/a-net-working-community

Haas, Angela M. with DigiRhet.org. (2006). Teaching digital rhetoric: Community, critical engagement, and application. Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture, 6(2), 231-259.

Haas, Angela M. (Fall 2005). Making online spaces more native to American Indians: A digital diversity recommendation. Computers & Composition Online. http://www.bgsu.edu/cconline/Haas/index.htm

Haas, Angela, Tulley, Christine & Blair, Kristine. (2002). Mentors versus masters: Women's and girls' narratives of (re)negotiation in web-based writing spaces. Computers and Composition, 19(3), 231-249. (Lead Article.)

Blair, Kristine, Haas, Angela & Heckman, Davin. (2002). Cyborgian voices: Vignettes of virtual identity. Rhizomes, 4. http://www.rhizomes.net/issue4/index.html

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