Anne Frances Wysocki

Associate Professor
 Curtin Hall 597



PhD, Michigan Technological University
San Francisco Art Institute, Animation and Film Studies
MA, University of California at Berkeley
BA, University of California at Berkeley

Teaching Interests:

New media aesthetics, composition, culture, and rhetorics; technologies of communication; pedagogy

Selected Publications:

Wysocki, Anne F., and Lynch, Dennis A. The DK Handbook, 2nd ed. Longman, 2010.
Wysocki, Anne F., and Lynch, Dennis A. compose/design/advocate: a rhetoric for integrating the written, visual, and oral. Longman Press, 2006.
Wysocki, Anne F. “awaywithwords: on the possibilities in unavailabledesigns.” Computers & Composition 22.1 (2005): 55-62.
Wysocki, Anne F., Johnson-Eilola, Johndan, Selfe, Cynthia, and Sirc, Geoffrey. Writing New Media: Theory and applications for expanding the teaching of composition. Utah State University Press, 2004.
Wysocki, Anne F., and Jasken, Julia I. “What Should be an Unforgettable Face.” Computers & Composition 21.1 (2004): 29-48.
Wysocki, Anne F. “Learning from Fatty Bear: Calling Forth Gender in Children’s Interactive Multimedia.” Multiliteracies for the Twenty-first Century. Ed. Huot, Brian, Bazerman, Charles, and Stroble, Elizabeth. Hampton Press, (2004): 227-252.
Wysocki, Anne F. “The Multiple Media of Texts: How Onscreen and Paper Texts incorporate Words, Images, and Other Media.” What Writing Does and How It Does It: An Introduction to Analysis of Text and Textual Practices. Ed. Bazerman, Charles, and Prior, Paul. Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates, (2003): 123-163.
Wysocki, Anne F., and Lynch, Dennis A. “From First-Year Composition to Second-Year Multiliteracies: Integrating Instruction in Oral, Written, and Visual Instruction at a Technological University.” Journal of the Council of Writing Program Administrators 26.3 (2003): 149-170.
Wysocki, Anne F. A Bookling Monument. 7.3 Kairos, 2002.