Amanda Licastro

Assistant Professor of Digital Rhetoric, Stevenson University  

Amanda Licastro is the Assistant Professor of Digital Rhetoric at Stevenson University in Maryland. Amanda’s fields of research include digital humanities, composition and rhetoric, textual studies, and interactive technology and pedagogy. Amanda’s dissertation research looks at mulitmodal writing practices in open, online course environments. Recent publications include a co-authored chapter on “Collaboration” in Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models, and Experiments, and an article in the 20th anniversary edition of Kairos, “The roots of an academic genealogy: Composing the writing studies tree” with Ben Miller and Jill Belli. Amanda is also on the Editorial Collective of The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy. You can follow Amanda on twitter @amandalicastro or check