Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Fodrey, Crystal N., & Mikovits, Meg. (2020). “Theorizing WAC faculty development in multimodal project design.” Across the Disciplines, 17.
Fodrey, Crystal N., Mikovits, Meg, Hassy, Chris, & Yozell, Erica. (2019). Activity theory as tool for WAC program development: Organizing first-year writing and writing-enriched curriculum systems. Composition Forum, 42.
Fodrey, Crystal N. (2015). “Teaching CNF writing to college students: A snapshot of pedagogical scholarship before Assay.” Assay: A Journal of Nonfiction Studies, 2.1.
Szabady, Gina, Fodrey, Crystal N., & Del Russo, Celeste. (2014). “Digital (Re)Visions: Blending Pedagogical Strategies with Dynamic Classroom Tactics.” Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, 19.1.
Fodrey, Crystal N. “Thrown into Theory, or How I Learned to Love Spatial Rhetoric.” (2012). Special Issue: Spatial Praxes Ed. Amy C. Kimme Hea, Jennifer Haley-Brown, and Ashley J. Holmes. Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, 16.3.
Peer-Reviewed Edited Collection Chapters
Mikovits, Meg, Fodrey, Crystal N., & Yozell, Erica. (2021). Investigating the design of multimodal writing projects across the disciplines. In Shyam Bahadur Pandey and Santosh Khadka (Eds.), Multimodal composition: Faculty development programs and institutional change. Routledge.
Fodrey, Crystal N. & Hassay, Chris. (2021). Piloting WEC as a context-responsive writing research initiative. In Chris Anson and Pamela Flash (Eds.) The writing-enriched curriculum: Accounts of departmentally-focused implementation. The WAC Clearinghouse; University Press of Colorado.
Yozell, Erica, Fodrey, Crystal N., & Mikovits, Meg. (2018). Implementing digital storytelling across the curriculum at a small liberal arts college. In Santosh Khadka and J. C. Lee (Eds.), Designing and implementing multimodal curricula and programs (pp. 155–164). Routledge
Fodrey, Crystal N. (2013). Voice, transformed: The potentialities of style pedagogy in the teaching of creative nonfiction. In Star Medzerian Vanguri and Michael Duncan (Eds.), The Centrality of Style (pp. 239-258). The WAC Clearinghouse; Parlor Press.
Fodrey, Crystal N. (2015). Review of Critical Expressivism: Theory and Practice in the Composition Classroom. Rhetoric Review, 34.4, 486-492.
Fodrey, Crystal N. (2012). “Applying spatial analysis.” In Caitlin Rodriguez, Jerry W. Lee, and Gina Szabady (Eds.), A Student’s Guide to First-Year Writing. 33rd ed. (pp. 187-89). Hayden-McNeil.
Fodrey, Crystal N. (2009). “Critical Consciousness in the Contact Zone.” In Marlowe Daly-Galeano, Marissa M. Juarez, and Jacob Witt (Eds.), A Student’s Guide to First-Year Writing. 30th ed. (pp. 312-314). Hayden-McNeil. (Reprinted in playbill for controversial student-written play, Exhibit A, at Moravian College, Fall 2015)
Fodrey, Crystal N. (2004). The necessity of truth in creative nonfiction. Thoreau’s Rooster: A National Review of Undergraduate Creative Nonfiction, 3, 6-11.