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Jason Crider

Assistant Professor
Areas of Speciality
  • Theory
  • Science Fiction
  • Digital Humanities
  • Disability Studies
  • Rhetoric
  • Medicine and Health
  • Environment
  • Technical Writing
  • Information Studies
  • Critical AI
  • Digital Rhetoric
  • (979) 845-5455
  • LAAH 526
Professional Links


Jason Crider joined the English Department in 2021 after completing his PhD at the University of Florida. His work focuses on the rhetorics of mixed-reality, mobile, and prosthetic media. His research interests include digital rhetoric, disability studies, ecocriticism and ecocomposition, technical and professional writing, posthumanism, and media literacy.

Research Interests

  • Composition, Rhetoric, and Discourse Studies
  • Digital Humanities
  • Theory

Other Publications

  • “Digital Daimons: Algorithmic Rhetorics of Augmented Reality,” with Jacob Greene and
    Sean Morey. Computers and Composition, vol. 57, September 2020.
  • “I See the Body Electrate.” Mediating Nature: The Role of Technology in Ecological
    Literacy, Edited by Sidney I. Dobrin and Sean Morey. Routledge, November 2019.
  • “Hyperanimals: Inverting Nature through Pokémon Go,” with Sean Morey. ISLE:
    Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment, isz121, December 2019.
  • “Augmented Vision(s): Visual Rhetoric in the Augmented Reality Apparatus.”
    Technoculture, vol. 8, June 2019.
  • “Disney Death Tour: Monumentality, Augmented Reality, and Digital Rhetoric,” with
    Kenny Anderson. Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy,” vol. 23,
    no. 2, (Topoi) January 2019.