Jordan P. Woodward
PhD in English Candidate
547 Denney Hall
Areas of Expertise
- Contemporary rhetorical theory with an emphasis in environmental rhetorics
- Place-based literacies and storytelling
- Technical Writing
- Qualitative Research Methods
- MA, English (Composition, Rhetoric and Literacy), The University of Oklahoma, 2017
- BA, Religious Studies, The University of Oklahoma, 2014
The purpose of Jordan Woodward's work is to understand the formation of relationships between people, identity, and place, and rhetorically listen to how these relationships are expressed in oral, written, digital, and embodied ways. Her research explores representations and experiences of environmental in/justice and ways diverse stakeholders communicate and negotiate place-based interests through vernacular and credentialed expertise. She is also interested in coalition building, how it happens and its challenges, around environmental and place-based issues.
- Woodward, Jordan P. "Indigenous Activism in the Digital Sphere: A Transrhetorical Analysis of the 'Save Longhorn Mountain' Facebook Page." Negotiating Place and Space in Digital Literacies: Research and Practice, by Damiana Pyles et al., Information Age Publishing, Inc., 2019, pp. 137–153.