j o s e p h   c l a r k | c o m m u n i c a t i o n + i n s t r u c t i o n

Assistant Director for Instructional Development
Office of Distance Learning
UCC3507 | FSU
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Highlights (see CV for more):

Book chapter, "Selling With Gaia: Advertising and the Natural World" in Rust, S., Monani, S. & Cubitt, S. (Eds.) (2015) Ecomedia: Key Issues. New York: Routledge.

Paper, "Gods and Colonists: Putting the Earth in multiuser virtual worlds." Conference on Communication and the Environment, Boulder, June 2015.

Panelist, "North Florida Water Warriors: Rhetorical strategies of Suwannee Basin water activists." Conference on Communication and the Environment, Boulder, June 2015.

Invited speaker, "Distance Learning at FSU: Overview of Services." Center for the Promotion of Excellence in Higher Education / Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies, Kyoto University, February 2015.

Presentation, "Second Nature: Using Virtual Environments to Learn about Real Ones." League of Environmental Educators in Florida Annual Conference, St. Marks, October 2014.

Paper, "Commodifying Heaven: Political Economy and Ecojustice Impact of Multiuser Virtual Worlds." Conference on Communication and the Environment, Uppsala, June 2013.

Panelist, "Transmedia and Transreality: Environmental Discourse in Virtual and Augmented Realities." Conference on Communication and the Environment, Uppsala, June 2013.

Presentation, "Virtual Environments and Real Environments." Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia, Athens, March 2013.

Paper, "Remediating the Stars: Rob Wright's Watch the World(s) Machinima." National Communication Association, Orlando, November 2012. Top Paper Award, Theatre, Film and New Multimedia Division.

Paper, "Rebranding the 'Redneck Riviera': The St. Joe Company and the Political Economy of the Florida Panhandle." Florida Communication Association, Orlando, October 2012.

Multimedia/visual-rhetoric project, "Pining: Convergence, Circulation, and Re-mediation." Language and Ecology Research Forum, April 2012.

Paper, "Multiuser Virtual Environments and Climate-Change Activism." Union for Democratic Communications, Tallahassee, May 2012.

Excellence Award, 3D Animation and Motion Picture Category, for Virtual Florida (machinima project), Digitech 2012, Florida State University, March 2012.

Journal Article, "The Environmental Semiotics of Second Life: Reading the Splash Aquatics Store." Graduate Journal of Social Science 8(3), December 2011.

Conference Proceedings, "Majora Carter's "Greening the Ghetto" TED Talk." Conference on Communication and the Environment, El Paso, Texas, June 2011.

Book chapter, "Second Chances: Depictions of the Natural World in Second Life" in Enslinn, A. & Muse, E. (Eds.) (2011) Creating Second Lives: Community, Identity and Spatiality as Constructions of the Virtual. New York: Routledge.

Paper, "Superman Never Made Any Money: Superheroes in Second Life." Eastern Communication Association, Arlington, Virginia, April 2011.

Invited keynote at the conference The Role of Learning and Teaching Centers in the Development of University Education, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, January 2011.

Invited speaker, "Environmental Learning in Second Life." Prospects of Learning in Second Life, a conference sponsored by the Department of Information Studies at Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland, October 2010.

Conference Proceedings (with Lindsay Clark), Brave new world: Environmental Design and Emerging Technologies. Environmental Design Research Association, Washington, May 2010.

Panel Respondent, Reconsidering Cyborg Identity. Gender Studies Division, Southern States Communication Association, Memphis, April 2010.

Conference Proceedings, Virtually Queer: Subjectivity Across Gender Boundaries in Second Life - revisited. Digital Performativity: Generative Directions in Gender and Performance Studies, Southern States Communication Association, Memphis, April 2010.

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