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Emily Hull: Profile

Professional Information

Faculty Rank

Visiting Assistant Professor

Research Interests

Oral History, Autoethnography, Immersion Writing, Motherhood Studies 

Education

PhD, English: Rhetoric and Professional Writing, Oklahoma State University
MA, English: Teaching English as a Second Language/Linguistics, Oklahoma State University 
BA, Cognitive Psychology, University of Arkansas

How Can Emily Help You?

​Autoethnography
Professional and Technical Writing
Discourse Analysis
Oral History 

Oral History Projects

Deep Roots: Oklahoma Authors Oral History Project 

In late 2017, Emily Hull was appointed principal investigator of the Deep Roots: Oklahoma Authors Oral History Project. The initial phase of this project will focus on women authors as a subseries of the OSU Library’s Women’s Archive initiative. Over the next year, she will conduct oral history interviews with Oklahoma poets, essayists, fiction writers, and playwrights to highlight what these writers have to say about their lives, their work, and Oklahoma itself.

Selected Publications & Presentations

Hull, Emily, “She’s Gone” (public reading, Bringing Havana to Life: Creative Nonfiction Immersion with Lee Gutkind, Havana, Cuba, 2017).

Hull, Emily. “What Keeps Me up at Night: An Autoethnography of New Motherhood.” PhD diss., Oklahoma State University, 2016.

Hull, Emily, “Chocolate, Witchcraft and New World Women: The Conceptual Blending of Epideictic and Forensic Rhetoric in 17th Century Spanish Inquisition Testimonies” (PhD qualifying paper presentation, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, 2015).

Hull, Emily, (2015). “The Secret Ingredient to Success: An Analysis of the Semi-Occluded Genre of Query Letters for US Food Magazines” (PhD qualifying paper presentation, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, 2015).

Hull, E, & Sheorey, R. (2009). Brave New World of Online Reading Strategies, OKTESOL Conference.

Hull, E. (2009). Calibrated Peer Review, OKTESOL Conference.

Hull, Emily Katheryn Blackshear. “Internet Chat in Simulations: Taking BULLYING Online.” Simulation & Gaming, 39, no. 2, (2008): 198-208.

Special Projects

Batten, Victoria (Head Researcher/Faculty/Benedict College) and Hull, Emily (Co-Collaborator/Oklahoma State University). The Playground as Site of Cultural Identity: Language Contact, Struggle, and Survival. A documentation project focusing on speakers of the G-code throughout the Hawaiian Islands. (Fall 2017 – Spring 2018) 

Professional Service

Member, Oral History Association