joseph s. clark
Covert agent of the communication discipline in an instructional-design shop, geezer doctoral student, half-baked unionisto, occasional teacher, constant dad, springwater veins and saltwater pee, palmetto-bug rancher and banana-spider husbandman.
Journal article: "The Environmental Semiotics of Second Life: Reading the Splash Aquatics Store." Graduate Journal of Social Science 8(3), December 2011.
Prezi from Paper, "Climate Change in Virtual Worlds?" Union for Democratic Communications, Tallahassee, May 2012.
Multimedia/visual-rhetoric Project, “Pining: Convergence, Circulation, and Re-mediation.” Language and Ecology Research Forum, April 2012.
Machinima Project, Virtual Florida. Excellence Award, 3D Animation and Motion Picture Category, Digitech 2012, Florida State University, March 2012.
Blog Concept, virtually natural (environmental rhetorics in virtual worlds).
Fiction, "and certain stars shot madly from their spheres." Apalachee Review, Summer 2003.