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Jacob W. Craig

Jacob W. Craig is an assistant professor of English at College of Charleston, where he teaches courses in digital rhetoric, composition theory, and technical writing. His research examines the relations between writers and their material worlds, particularly writers’ technologies and their locations of writing. His work has appeared, among other places, in Composition Forum, Literacy in Composition Studies, South Atlantic Review, Computers and Composition Online, and Kairos, as well as in the edited collections Digital Reading and Writing in Writing Studies (Routledge, 2019), Deep Reading (NCTE, 2017), Microhistories of Composition (Utah State UP, 2016), and The Tablet Book (REFRAME, 2015).