My research always starts from my own lived experiences, whether as a teacher, an administrator, or my personal life. The experiences and phenomenon often intersect with digital writing spaces and technologies, which are also large aspects of my life, as well as my students. It is looking at these these lived experiences through rhetorical and theoretical lenses that I am able to reflect more fully on the work I take up in all areas of my life.
Edwards, Jessica, Meg McGuire and Rachel Sanchez, Eds. (2021). Speaking Up, Speaking Out: The Lived Experiences of Non-Tenured Track Faculty in Writing Studies. Logan: Utah State University Press.
McGuire, Meg. (2021). “Women, Healing and Community: Cyberfeminist Activities on Reddit.” Kairos. Spring 2021.
Chapters in Edited Collections:
Almjeld, Jennifer, Meg McGuire, and Kris Blair. (2017) “Organic Mentorship: A Feminist Model to Support Scholars and Leaders.” In Holly Hassel and Kirsti Cole (Eds). Surviving Sexism in the Academy. New York: Routledge.
McGuire, Meg. (2016) “Reblogging as Writing: The Role of Tumblr in the Writing Classroom.” In Kendra N. Bryant (Ed). Engaging 21st Century Writers with Social Media. Hershey: IGI Global.