Special Issue

Philosophy and Rhetoric. Special Issue on “Extrahuman Rhetorical Relations: Addressing the Animal, the Object, the Dead, and the Divine.” Co-edited with Michelle Ballif. Vol 47.4, 2014.

A Few Recent Articles and Chapters

“Rhetoricity at the End of the World.” Philosophy and Rhetoric. 50.4 (2017): 431-45

“Avital Ronell.” Oxford Bibliographies in “Literary and Critical Theory.” Ed. Eugene O’Brian. New York: Oxford University Press, 26 July 2017.

Longaker, Mark Garratt, Davida Charney, Alice Batt, and Diane Davis. “Growing Despite Austerity.” College Composition and Communication. 68.1 (2016): 186-191.

“Afterword: Reflections on the Limit.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly 47:3 (2017): 275-284.

“Writing-Being: Another Look at the ‘Symbol-Using Animal.’” Writing Posthumanism, Posthuman Writing. Ed. Sidney Dobrin.  Parlor Press, 2015. 56-78.

“Autozoography: Notes Toward a Rhetoricity of the Living.” Philosophy and Rhetoric 47.4 (2014): 532-352.

“Breaking Down Man.” An interview with Avital Ronell. Philosophy and Rhetoric 47.4 (2014): 354-387.

“Performative Perfume.” Performatives After Deconstruction. Ed. Mauro Senatore. London: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2013. p 70-85.

“Writing With Sound.” Editor’s introduction. Currents in Electronic Literacy (2011): 8pp.

“Creaturely Rhetorics.” Special forum on rhetoric and the question of the animal.Philosophy and Rhetoric 44.1 (2011): 88-94.

“After Community: An Interview with D. Diane Davis.” Interview by James J. Brown Jr.Enculturation: A Journal of Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture. Vol. 8 (October 2010):

Review of Amit Pinchevski’s By Way of Interruption: Levinas and the Ethics of Communication. Philosophy and Rhetoric 43.3 (2010): 289-95.

“Greetings: On Levinas and the Wagging Tail.” JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory. Special issue on Levinas. 29.1 (2009): 711-748.

Review: Metzger, David. Bobby Who?: A Response to Diane Davis’ “Greetings:  On Levinas and the Wagging Tail.” JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory. 30.1 (2010): 13 mss pp.

“Identification: Burke and Freud on Who You Are.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly 38.2 (2008): 123-147.

“The Fifth Risk: A Response to John Muckelbauer’s Response.” Philosophy and Rhetoric40.2 (2007): 248-256.

“Addressing Alterity: Rhetoric, Hermeneutics, and the Non-Appropriative Relation.”Philosophy and Rhetoric 38.3 (2005): 191-212.

Review: Muckelbauer, John. “Rhetoric, Asignification, and the Other: A Response to Diane Davis.” Philosophy and Rhetoric 40.2 (2007): 238-247.