Academic Writing

Publications

Cooke, L. & Hubbell, G. S. (2015). Working out memory with a Medal of Honor complex. Game Studies: The International Journal of Computer Games Research, 15(2). http://gamestudies.org/1502/articles/cookehubbell

Whitburn, M. D., Comer, J. L., Hubbell, G. S., Litterio, L. M., Lutzky, R. A., & Rancourt, M. A. (2011). Elocution and Feminine Power in the First Quarter of the Twentieth Century: The Career of Carolyn Winkler (Paterson) as Performer and Teacher. Rhetoric Review, 30(4), 389-405.

Manuscripts in Progress, review, & elsewise

Hubbell, G. S. Edited collection on games criticism. McFarland & Company.

Lanius, C. & Hubbell, G. S. The new data: Argumentation from, with, and of data. In review for A. Davisson & A. Hess (Eds.), Theorizing digital rhetoric. Publisher TBD.

Haskins, E., & Hubbell, G. Plato’s Phaedrus and the ideology of immersion. Forthcoming in M. Kennerly & D. Pfister (Eds.), Ancient rhetorics and digital networks. University of Alabama Press.

Conference Papers

Hubbell, G. S. (2016). Quite a few good men: Popular culture’s influence on leadership in games. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Game Studies Association, Calgary, Alberta.

Hubbell, G. S. (2016). Play as topical invention. Paper presented at the biennial meeting of the Rhetoric Society of America, Atlanta, GA.

Hubbell, G. S. (2016). A history of topical invention. Paper presented at the biennial meeting of the Rhetoric Society of America, Atlanta, GA.

Robinson, J., Hubbell, G., Finseth, C., & Olsen, C. (2016). Roundtable: Leadership and the Intersection of Games. Roundtable presentation at the meeting of the Southwest Popular Culture Association, Albuquerque, NM.

Haskins, E., & Hubbell, G. (2015). Plato’s Phaedrus and the ideology of immersion. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV.

Hubbell, G. S. (2015). Things my NPC says: Text, form, and the NPC idle dialogue. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Game Studies Association, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Hubbell, G. S. (2014). Grand theft autonomy: The difference between being five and being online. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Popular Culture Association, Chicago, IL

Hubbell, G. and Lanius, C. (2014). Borders within Rhetoric: What are the Contemporary Canons? Paper accepted to the meeting of the Rhetoric Society of America, San Antonio, TX.

Hubbell, G. (2012). More than myth: Cassirer’s impact on A Rhetoric of Motives. Paper presented at the meeting of the Rhetoric Society of America, Philadelphia, PA.

Hubbell, G. (2012). More than Magic: The Gathering of Burke and Cassirer. Paper presented at the meeting of the Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association, Boston, MA.               

Hubbell, G. (2011). Setting the sublime in classical rhetoric: Strategic mystification of class. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, New Orleans, LA.               

Hubbell, G. (2011). Commonplaces ad bellum purificandum: Insights from Burke’s notes on Aristotle. Paper presented at the meeting of the Penn State Conference on Rhetoric and Composition, State College, PA.    

Hubbell, G. (2011). Obama’s lieux de memoire: Unification through minority memory. Paper presented at the meeting of the Eastern States Communication Association, Washington,   D. C.