Singer, Sarah Ann. “Our Lyme Disease, Our Cure?: Self-Investigation, Health Information Sharing, and Feminist Rhetorics of Patient Empowerment.” Peitho, special issue on “Rhetorical Pasts, Rhetorical Futures: Reflecting on the Legacy of Our Bodies, Ourselves and the Future of Feminist Health Literacy.” (Proposal accepted; Manuscript in preparation).
Edwell, Jennifer, Singer, Sarah Ann, and Jordynn Jack. “Healing Arts: Rhetorical Techne as Medical (Humanities) Intervention.” Technical Communication Quarterly, special issue on “Rhetoric of Health and Medicine,” vol. 27, no. 1, 2018, pp. 50-63.
Singer, Sarah Ann, Weed, Kym, Edwell, Jennifer, Jack, Jordynn, and Jane Thrailkill.
“Advancing Pre-Health Humanities as Intensive Research Practice: Principles and Recommendations from a Cross-Disciplinary Baccalaureate Setting.” Journal of Medical Humanities, special issue on “Pre-Health Humanities Education,” vol. 38, no. 4, 2017, pp. 373-384.
Singer, Sarah Ann. “Rethinking Recovery Work: New Directions in Feminist Histories of Rhetoric.” Review of Autism and Gender: From Refrigerator Mothers to Computer Geeks, by Jordynn Jack, Dirty Words: The Rhetoric of Public Sex Education, by Robin E. Jensen, and Breast or Bottle?: Contemporary Controversies in Infant-Feeding Policy and Practice, by Amy Koerber. Peitho, vol. 19, no. 1, 2016, pp. 166-77.
Singer, Sarah Ann. “Beyond the Domestic Sphere: Home Economics and the Education of Women at Maryland State College, 1916–94.” Young Scholars in Writing: Undergraduate Research in Writing and Rhetoric, vol. 10, 2012, pp. 105-15.
Singer, Sarah Ann, and Jordynn Jack. “Theorizing Chronicity: Identification and Representation on Pinterest.” The Rhetoric of Health and Medicine as/is: Theories and Concepts for an Emerging Field, edited by Lisa Melonçon, Scott Graham, Jenell Johnson, John Lynch, and Cynthia Ryan. (Under advance contract with The Ohio State University Press).
Singer, Sarah Ann, Bloom-Pojar, Rachel, Dubriwny, Tasha, Kinney, Tiffany, McFarlane, Megan, Murawski, Carrie, Edwell, Jennifer, and Robin Jensen. “Reevaluating Our Commitments: Intersectionality, Interdisciplinarity, and the Future of Feminist Rhetoric.” Rhetorics Change/Rhetoric’s Change, edited by Jenny Rice, Chelsea Graham, and Eric Detweiler. Intermezzo and Parlor Press, 2018, pp. 713-750.
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