The following is a list of my publications:
Journal Articles (Refereed)
Jiang, J. & Vetter, M. (Forthcoming, 2020). Addressing the opportunities and challenges of a feminist rhetorical approach for Wikipedia-based writing instruction in First-Year Composition. Composition Forum, 45.
Vetter, M., Andelfinger, J., Asadolahi, S., Cui, W., Jiang, J., Jones, T., Siddique, Z., Tanasale, I., Xing, J., & Ylonfoun, E. (2018). Wikipedia’s gender gap and disciplinary praxis: Representing women and minority scholars in digital rhetoric and writing fields. Journal of Multimodal Rhetorics, 2(2).
Jiang, J. (2016). Actor-network theory and digital literacy practices: An analysis on the “actant-pedagogy” for composition classrooms. Journal of Global Literacies, Technologies, and Emerging Pedagogies, 3(3), 516-532.
Jiang, J. (Forthcoming, 2020). Activating multimodal public rhetoric in First-Year Composition: Exploring the potential of a social justice writing project. In J. Dahlman & T. S. Winner (Eds.), Beyond the frontiers: Innovations in first year composition. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Jiang, J. (2016). Translingual and digital ecologies: A cloud pedagogy for second language classrooms. In B. Gurung & M. Limbu (Eds.), Integration of cloud technologies in digitally networked classrooms and learning communities. IGI Global.
Works in Progress
Jiang, J. & Vetter, M. A. (Proposal Accepted). Writing against the “epistemology of deceit” on Wikipedia: A feminist new materialist perspective towards critical media literacy and Wikipedia-based education. In A. MacKenzie, I. Bhatt, & J. Rose (Eds.), Dupery by design: The epistemology of deceit in a postdigital era. Springer.
Jiang, J. (Proposal Accepted). Making transfer matter across digital media platforms: First-year writers’ design of multimodal campaigns for social advocacy. In R. Shepherd, L. P. Alexander, M. Davis, & L. W. Mina. (Eds.), Multimodality and Writing Transfer. Utah State University Press.
Jiang, J. & Tham, J. (Proposal Accepted). The thing-power of Ring Fit Adventure as embodied play: Tracing new materialist rhetoric across physical and cultural borders. Computers and Composition (special issue).