Image of Casey Boyle, standing in an outside corridor wearing a grey, long-sleeved shirt.  Casey Boyle is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Rhetoric and Writing at the University of Texas in Austin where he researches and teaches digital rhetoric, composition theory, and rhetorical history. He previously served in the same role at  the University of Utah from 2011-2014 in the University Writing Program and Department of English. He earned a BA at the University of Texas, an MA at the University of North Texas, and a PhD in the Rhetoric/Composition program at the University of South Carolina. His work has appeared (or will soon appear) in Kairos, Philosophy and Rhetoric, Computers and Composition, Technical Communication Quarterly, College English as well as essay collections Rhetoric and the Digital Humanities and Thinking with Bruno Latour in Rhetoric and Composition. He is a managing editor of enculturation: a journal of rhetoric, writing, and culture as well as co-editor (with Scot Barnett) for the essay collection Rhetoric, Through Everyday Things. Right now, Casey is completing his first book, Rhetoric as a Posthuman Practice, that explores the role of practice and ethics in digital rhetoric.

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