Rebecca Rickly

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Rebecca Rickly
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Rebecca Rickly (date of birth unknown-present) is a professor in the Department of English at Texas Tech University. She has also taught at Ball State University, Ohio State University, and high schools in Ohio and California. Her courses typically focus on digital rhetoric, research, composition, and technical communication. Rickly describes herself as a "Techno-Rhetorician" whose interests include fields outside of rhetoric including pedagogy, technology, and gender studies.

Rickly is an active member of the rhetoric and digital rhetoric communities, serving on the editorial boards of a number of scholarly journals, including Computers and Composition, Kairos: A Journal for Teachers in Webbed Writing Environments, and Online Writing Center Consortium. She has presented several times at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, including most recently in 2011 with her presentation "Creating – and Sustaining – a Culture of Research by Re-Creating the Required Research Methods Course."

Rickly lives with her partner and two children in Lubbock, Texas.

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Rickly, Rebecca "Messy Contexts: Research as a Rhetorical Situation"

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