- School of Literature, Media, and Communication
- Writing and Communication Program
Dr. Darcy Mullen is a 2017 Postdoctoral Marion L. Brittain Fellow at Georgia Institute of Technology. Earning her PhD from the University at Albany in May 2017 with the dissertation "There’s No Space Like Home: Rhetoric of the Locavore Movement," Mullen’s research has a strong interdisciplinary focus on the Rhetoric of Food, and Social Movement Studies. Her recent, peer-reviewed publications, include articles exploring many uses of “local” as a tool for cartography in the local food movement, the politics of place and tourism in Myanmar, a chapter on pedagogy and disability studies, and articles on the rhetoric of violence in Buffy The Vampire Slayer. She has a book forthcoming, The Food and Drink of Atlanta, from Rowman and Littlefield's Big Food Series Biography series.
- PhD: University at Albany
- MA: University of Rochester
- BA: Syracuse University
- Serve Learn Sustain Sustainable Community Scholar 2018
- Course Development, and Community Health Grants (SLS 2018-2019)
- Poetry@Tech Pedagogy Grant, Georgia Tech, Fall 2017/ Spring 2018.
- Travel Grants, University at Albany, 2017, 2009, and 2008.
- Selected Highlight by Discover Wordpress: “Object Statement” 2016.
- Thorns Fellowship: Dissertation Fellowship Award, University at Albany 2016.
- Online Course Development Training Grant. ITLAL, University At Albany, 2013.
- Agriculture, Health, and the Environment
- Energy, Climate and Environmental Policy
- Environmental Ethics
- Literary and Cultural Studies
- Media Studies
- Pedagogy and Curriculum Development
- Regional Security Challenges
- Regulations and Standards
- WCP Lecturers
- North America
- United States
- Aesthetics and Technology
- Digital and Mixed Media
- Environmental Performance
- Food Systems
- Globalization and Localization
- Human Capital
- Intellectual Property Law
- Language and Popular Culture
- Literary Theory
- Social Movements
- ENGL-1102: English Composition II
- “Locavore Places and Neoliberal Spatial Literacy.”
In: Gastronomy, Culture, and the Arts: A Scholarly Exchange of Epic Portions, March 2016. Special Edition. [Peer Reviewed]
- ““Cartographic Communities of Locavores: Local Ideographs and Spatial Rhetoric.”
In: Graduate Journal of Food Studies, Vol. 3.1. [Peer Reviewed]
- "Tales from Nowhere: Burma and the Lonely Planet Phenomenon."
In: Antae Journal: A Post-Graduate Journal on the Interspaces of English Studies. Special Issue, “Elsewhere.” [Peer Reviewed]
- “Talk Bluntly and Carry a Pointy Stick: Violence and Verbal Complexity in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.”
In: Hero or Villain? Essays on Dark Protagonists of Television. Ed. Tamara Girardi Abigail Scheg. (Association for Pop Culture Studi [Peer Reviewed]
- “Beowulf and Aesthetic Nervousness: A Multidimensional Pedagogy.”
In: (Dis)Abilities and Young Adult Literature: Critical Reading, Pedagogy, and Literary Theory. Ed. Jacob Stratman [Peer Reviewed]