Listing of Publications



Out of Bounds: Academic Freedom and the Question of Palestine. New York and London: Bloomsbury, 2014.


Edited Book

The Making of Barack Obama: The Politics of Persuasion. Eds., Matthew Abraham and Erec Smith. Clemson, SC: Parlor Press, 2013.


Special Journal Issue

Edward Said and After: Toward a New Humanism. Eds., Matthew Abraham and Andrew Rubin. Special issue of Cultural Critique 67 (2008).


Journal Articles

“Fanonian Specter in Palestine,” South Atlantic Quarterly 112:1 (Winter 2013), Special Issue on the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of Fanon’s Wretched of the Earth; Ed., Michael Hardt.

“The Question of Palestine and the Subversion of Academic Freedom.” Arab Studies Quarterly, Special issue of Arab Studies Quarterly entitled "Academic Freedom, Ideological Boundaries, and the Teaching of the Middle East." Tareq Ismael Terri Ginsberg, Hossein Khosrowjah, Rima Najjar Kapitan, and Gayatri Devi, Eds. 33/34 Fall 2011, pp. 179-203.

“Chomsky’s Audience Problem: Is Anyone Listening?” Logos: A Journal of Modern Society and Culture 8:3 (2010).



Book Chapters

“William L. McBride and the Enduring Commitment to Intellectual Freedom.” Revolutionary Hope: Essays in Honor of William L. McBride. Nathan Jun and Shane Wahl, Ed. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2013.

“Developing Activist Rhetorics on Israel-Palestine: Resisting the DePolitization of the Academy.” Activism and Rhetoric: Theories and Contexts for Political Engagement. Eds., Seth Kahn and Jong-Hwa Lee.  New York: Routledge, 2010. 117-124.

“The Saidian Intellectual: Writing Between Culture and System.” Truth to Power: Public Intellectually In and Out of Academe. Eds., Silvia Nagy-Zekmi and Karyn Hollis. New Castle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholarly Publishing, 2010. 17-31.




“Reframing Identifications: Recognizing the Effects of the Past in the Present within   Debates about the Israel-Palestine Conflict,” in Re/Framing Identifications: Rhetoric Society of America Proceedings; Ed., Michelle Bailiff. Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, 2014.


Reviews, Review Essays and Responses

Review of Seeking Palestine: New Palestinian Writing on Exile and Home, Journal of Palestine Studies XLII: 4, Issue 164 (Summer 2013): 90-91.

Review of Marcy Newman’s The Politics of Teaching Palestine to Americans: Addressing Pedagogical IssuesJournal of Palestine Studies XLII: 2, Issue 164 (Winter 2013): 94-95.

Review of Jonathan Cole’s The Great American University: Its Rise to Preeminence, Its Indispensable National Role and Why It Must Be Protected in Illinois Academe, November 2012, p. 4-5.


Bibliographic  Entries

"Edward Said." Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume on 20th Century Arab Writers of Fiction & Philosophy. Eds., Al-Mallah, Majd and Coeli Fitzpatrick. Columbia, SC: Bruccoli, Clark, Layman Inc., 2009.  221-231.



Single-Authored  Book

Intellectual Resistance and the Struggle for Palestine. New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, 2014.


Edited Book

Toward a Critical Rhetoric on the Israel-Palestine Conflict. Andersonville, SC: Parlor Press, 2015.



“Recognizing the Effects of the Past in the Present: Theorizing A Way Forward on the Israel- Palestine Conflict,” JAC: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Rhetoric, Culture and Politics 33:1&2 (combined issue), 2013.


In Progress

Toward a Critical Rhetoric on the Israel-Palestine Conflict. Ed., Matthew Abraham.





Scholarly Books and Monographs

Baca, Damián and Victor Villanueva, eds. Rhetorics of the Americas: 3114 BCE to 2012 CE (Studies of the Americas Series). New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. (270 pgs) (95%)

  • Review: Studies in American Indian Literatures 22.4 (2010): 85-88.
  • Review: College Composition and Communication 63.1 (2011): 145-161.
  • Review: Quarterly Journal of Speech 98.3 (2012): 320-336.

Baca, Damián. Mestiz@ Scripts, Digital Migrations, and the Territories of Writing (New Concepts in Latino American Cultures Series). New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. (210 pgs)


Chapters in Scholarly Books and Monographs

“Rural Literacies, Post-Industrial Countrysides: Resolana and the Shadow of the Atomic Age.” Reclaiming the Rural: Essays on Literacy, Rhetoric, and Pedagogy. Ed. Kim Donehower, Charlotte Hogg and Eileen Schell. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2011, pp. 75-89.

“te-ixtli: the ‘Other Face’ of the Américas.” Rhetorics of the Americas: 3114 BCE to 2012 CE. Eds. Damián Baca and Victor Villanueva. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010, pp. 1-20.

“Rhetoric, Interrupted: La Malinche and Nepantlisma.” Rhetorics of the Americas: 3114 BCE to 2012 CE. Eds. Damián Baca and Victor Villanueva. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010, pp. 197-216.

“Contesting U.S. Cultures of Authorship.” Authorship in Composition Studies. Eds. Rebecca Moore Howard and Tracy Hamler Carrick. New York: Wadsworth, 2006. 117-133.


Journal Articles

Baca, Damián. “Rethinking Composition, 500 Years Later.” Special Edition on Working English in Rhetoric and Composition: Global-Local Contexts, Commitments, Consequences. JAC 29:1/2 (2009): 229-242.

Baca, Damián and Victor Villanueva. “Introduction.” Special Edition in Writing, Rhetoric, and Latinidad. College English 71:6 July (2009): 561-563. (50%)

Baca, Damián. “The Chicano Codex: Writing against Historical and Pedagogical Colonization.” Special Edition in Writing, Rhetoric, and Latinidad. College English 71:6 July (2009): 564-583.

“Coming Into the Field: Narratives of the Personal and the Professional” with Susan Adams, et al. Dialogue: A Journal for Writing Specialists 8.1 (2002): 5-34.



Going Wireless: A Critical Exploration of Wireless and Mobile Technologies for Composition Teachers and Researchers an edited collection (in process). “Riding the Wave: Articulating a Critical Methodology for WWW Research Practices in Computers & Composition” in Digital Writing Research: Technologies, Methodologies, and Ethical Issues. Eds. Dànielle DeVoss & Heidi McKee. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. (forthcoming). “What’s at Stake? Strategies for Developing Stakeholder Relationships in Service-Learning Projects” Reflections: A Journal of Writing, Service-Learning, and Community Literacy (forthcoming). “A Making: The Job Search & Our Work as Computer Compositionists” Kairos (forthcoming). “After Hypertext: 20 Years of Hypertext Theory & Practice” Computers & Composition 20th Anniversary Issue 20 (2003): 415-425. (with Professor Johndan Johnson-Eilola). “Rearticulating E-dentities in the Web-based Classroom: One Technoresearcher’s Exploration of Power & the WWW.” Computers & Composition 19.3 (2002): 331-346. “Articulating (Re)visions of the Web: A Critical Exploration of the Links Among Corporatization and Academic Web Site Development and Use.” Images and Words: New Steps in an Old Dance. Ed. Nancy Allen. Greenwich, CT: Ablex, 2002. 231-255. “Exploring and Evaluating Non-Program Teacher Training” Kairos 7.3 (2002). (hypertext essay with Teena A. M. Carnegie, David Menchaca, and Melinda Turnley). “Exploring Articulation as a Methodology: An Articulation of the Corporate Presence in Relationship to Scholarship.” Educare/Educere 5.7 (2000): 41-52. Review of Robert D. Putnam’s “Bowling Alone: America’s Declining Social Capital” and K. Edward Spiezio’s “Pedagogy and Political (Dis)Engagement” Technical Communication Quarterly (Summer 2004): 358-364. Review of Deborah Holdstein and David Bleich’s Personal Effects: The Social Character of Scholarly Writing. Writing Program Administration (Fall/Winter 2002): 74-76. Review of Tharon Howard’s A Rhetoric of Electronic Writing CommunitiesIEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 42.3 (1999): 200-202.

Game Work: Language, Power, and Computer Game Culture; Capitalizing on Play: Politicized Readings of the Computer Game Industry (Special issue of Works & Days. Coeditor with Ryan Moeller); “Virtual Reality as Learning Environment”; “Circuitous Subjects in their Timemaps” (with James J. Sosnoski); “Tyrannical Technology and Thin Democracy”; "Writing Program Administration and Instructional Computing" (with Cynthia Selfe). Writing Program Administrators' Handbook, 2002; "Playing with Techne: A Propaedeutic to Technical Communications" (with Ryan Moeller). Technical Communications Quarterly, 2002; "Private Lessons, Public Learning: Reflections and Revelations about the TicToc Conversations." Works & Days 29/30. Issue Theme: "Teaching In Cyberspace Through On-line Courses." 1998.; "If They Build It, They Will Come: a Virtual Academic Department in Cyberspace" (coauthor). Proceedings of the Association of Computing Machinery/Special Interest Group on University and College Computing Services Conference. New York: ACM, 1996.; "Rhetoric and Technology." in Rhetoric: Concepts, Definitions, Boundaries. William Covino and David Jolliffe, eds., Allyn and Bacon, Needham Heights, MA: 1995.


Miller, Thomas P. The Evolution of College English: Literacy Studies from the Puritans to the Postmoderns. Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh UP, 2011. (2nd volume of two-part study)
Borrowman, Shane, Stuart Brown, and Thomas P. Miller, eds. Renewing Rhetoric: Essays in Honor of Theresa Enos. Routledge, New York: Routledge, 2009.
Jackson, Brian and Thomas P. Miller. “The Progressive Education Movement: A Case Study in Coalition Politics.” Active Voices: Composing a Rhetoric of Social Movements. Ed Sharon Stevens and Patty Malesh. Albany, NY: SUNY, 2010. 93-115.
Juergensmeyer, Erik and Thomas P. Miller. “Mediating Differences.” The Public Work of Rhetoric: Citizen Scholars and Civic Engagement. Ed. John Ackerman and David Coogan. Columbia: U South Carolina UP, 2010.
Miller, Thomas P.  “Humanities as a Public Works Project” Academe 98.6 (November-December 2012): 34-38.
Miller, Thomas P. and Brian Jackson. “What are English Majors For? College Composition and Communication 58.4 (June 2007): 682-708.
Miller, Thomas P. “What Should College English Be. . . Doing?”  College English 69.2 (Nov. 2006): 150-55.
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