Gian S. Pagnucci, Ph.D.
Department of English
Indiana University of Pennsylvania

     


Gian Pagnucci

Credentials

Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Web Resources

 

Gian Pagnucci--Curriculum Vitae

Publications

Books

Pagnucci, G. S. (2004). Living the Narrative Life: Stories as a Tool for Meaning Making. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann Boynton/Cook.

Pagnucci, G. S., and Pagnucci, S. (2000). Don’t count your chickens! Stories for kids to tell! Platteville, WI: Bur Oak Press, Inc.

 

Books in Press

Pagnucci, G. S., and Mauriello, N. (Eds.). (2007). Re-mapping narrative: Technology’s impact on the way we write. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, Inc.

Mauriello, N., and Pagnucci, G.S. N. (Eds.). (2007). TechCulture, literacy, and the academy. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, Inc.

 

Edited Journal Collections

Pagnucci, G., & Mauriello, N. (Eds.). (2000). The future of narrative discourse: Internet constructs of literacy and identity. Works and Days, 17-18(33-36).

Derrickson, T., Downing, D. B., Mathieu, P., McAllister, K., Pagnucci, G., & Sosnoski, J. J. (Eds.) (1997). The TicToc project: Teaching in cyberspace through on-line courses. Works and Days, 15(29-30).

 

Journal Articles

Mauriello, N., Pagnucci, G. S., & Winner-White, T. (1999). Reading between the code: The teaching of HTML and the displacement of writing instruction. Computers and Composition, 16(3) , 409-419.

Pagnucci, G. S., & Mauriello, N. (1999). The masquerade: Gender, identity, and writing for the web. Computers and Composition, 16(1) , 141-151.

Pagnucci, G. S. (1998). Crossing borders and talking tech: Educational challenges. Theory Into Practice, 37, 46-53.

Pagnucci, G. S. (1997). The TicToc story. Works and Days, 15, 45-61.

Pagnucci, G. S., & Abt-Perkins, D.  (1992). The never making sense story: Reassessing the value of narrative. English Journal, 81, 54-58.

 

Book Chapters

Pagnucci, G. S., & Mauriello, N.  (2003). Re-mapping narrative: Technology’s impact on the way we write. In G. S. Pagnucci & N.  Mauriello (Eds.), Re-Mapping Narrative: Technology’s Impact on the Way We Write. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press Inc.

Contreras, G., Petrucci, M., & Pagnucci, G. S. (2003). An exile collage: Politics, stories, and resistance in cyberspace. In G. S. Pagnucci & N. Mauriello (Eds.), Re-Mapping Narrative: Technology’s Impact on the Way We Write. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press Inc.

Pagnucci, G. S, & Mauriello, N. (2003). Balancing acts: Tightrope walking above an ever changing (Inter)Net. In P. Takayoshi & B. Huot (Eds.), Teaching writing with computers. An introduction. (pp. 79-91). Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. (This book won the Computers and Composition 2002 Distinguished Book Award.)

Pagnucci, G. S, & Mauriello, N. (2001). ‘Can't we just xerox this?’ The ethical dilemma of writing for the World Wide Web. In E. Isaacs & P. Jackson (Eds.), Public works: Student writing as public text (pp. 44-52). Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook. Heinemann.

Pagnucci, G. S. (1999). TechJournals: Electronic journal keeping for the technical writing classroom. In S. Gardner & T. Fulwiler (Eds.), The journal book for teachers in technical and professional programs (pp. 106-118). Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook. Heinemann.

Pagnucci, G. S., & Macauley, W., Jr. (1997). But that isn’t how an English class is supposed to be . . .  In R. Hudson, S. Maslin-Prothero, & L. Oates (Eds.), Flexible learning in action: Case studies in higher education (pp. 118-122). London: Kogan Page Ltd.

Abt-Perkins, D., & Pagnucci, G. S. From tourist to storyteller: reading and writing science. (1993). In S. Tchudi (Ed.), The astonishing curriculum: Integrating science and humanities through language, (pp. 99-111). Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English.

 

Stories

Reilly, E. M., & Pagnucci, G. S. (1999). Letters of an Irish wedding. New Growth Arts Review, 19, 19-22.

Pagnucci, G. S. (1998). The Italian dentist. New Growth Arts Review, 18, 21-23.

Pagnucci, G. S. (1997). Moscatello wine. New Growth Arts Review, 17, 15-17.

 

Poems

Pagnucci, G. S., & Reilly, E. M. (2002). Visions. Acorn, 25 (4), 35.

Pagnucci, G. S. (2001). The new growths. New Growth Arts Review, 21, frontpiece.

Pagnucci, G. S. (1993). Wind from the east. Acorn, 16 (4), 17.

Pagnucci, G. S. (1989). Pickerel. Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets' Calendar, 49.

Pagnucci, G. S. (1988). Old Kline, the farmer. Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets' Calendar, 115.

Pagnucci, G. S. (1987). Archers. The Acorn Magazine, 10 (4), 48.

 

Technical Writing Documents

Pagnucci, G. S. (1992). Transportation management. Neenah, WI: Kimberly-Clark Corporation.

Pagnucci, G. S. (1991). AdWorks/2. Beaver Dam, WI: Concept Publishing Systems.

Pagnucci, G. S. (1990). Stock accountant's guide to product movement. Cedar Rapids, IA: General Mills.

Pagnucci, G. S. (1989). Electronic communications. Madison, WI: CUNA Mutual Insurance Group.

Pagnucci, G. S. (1989). Application processing.  Madison, WI: CUNA Mutual Insurance Group.

 

Reviews

Pagnucci, Gian S., and Edel M. Reilly. (1997). [Review of the book The comic tradition in Irish women writers]. Studies in the Humanities, 24, 130-132.

Reilly, E. M., & Pagnucci, G. S. (1997). [Review of the book Dictionary of Irish Literature. Revised and Expanded Edition]. Studies in the Humanities, 24, 137-139.

 

Conference Proceedings and CD-ROMs

Pagnucci, G. S., & Theis, R. (1998). Wooden pens, computer labs, and web pages: Material stories of teaching with technology. In E. Ware (Ed.), Working with students. Students at work. Proceedings of The English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities (EAPSU) Conference (pp. 484-486). Indiana, PA: Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Winner-White, T., Mauriello, N., & Pagnucci, G. S. (1998). Going digital in first-year composition: An introductory workshop. In E. Ware (Ed.), Working with students. Students at work. Proceedings of The English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities (EAPSU) Conference (p. 492).

Pagnucci, G. S., Macauley, W. J., Jr., Winner-White, T., & Mauriello, N. (1998). Teachers, technology, and teamwork: Stories of collaboration. In S. McNeil, J. D. Price, S. Boger-Mehall, B. Robin, & J. Willis (Eds.), Technology and Teacher Education Annual 1998. Proceedings of Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education 9th International Conference, Vol. 2, (pp. 1140-1146). Charlottesville, VA: Washington, D.C. Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. Also on CD-ROM.

Pagnucci, G. S., & Macauley, W. J., Jr. (1997). Driveways and other collaborative teaching sites. Transformations. English in the 21st century. Proceedings of the English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities (EAPSU) (295-299). Shippensburg, PA: Shippensburg University.

Pagnucci, G. S., & Macauley, W. J., Jr. (1997). Connecting business and education through the world wide web. In S. Lobodzinksi & I. Tomek (Eds.), Proceeding. of WebNet 97 World Conference of the WWW, Internet, and Intranet. Charlottesville, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education. Also on CD-ROM.

 

Online Articles

Pagnucci, G. S., Macauley, W. J., Jr., Winner-White, T., & Mauriello, N. (1998). Teachers, technology, and teamwork: Stories of collaboration. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE 1998) 9th International Conference. [On-Line]. Available: http://www.coe.uh.edu/insite/elec_pub/HTML1998/ts_pagn.htm

White, T., Mauriello, N., & Pagnucci, G. S. (Fall, 1998). Abstract for Re-booting your classroom: An introductory workshop on electronic pedagogy. Kairos [On-line], Vol. 3, Iss. 2. Available: http://english.ttu.edu/kairos/3.2/news/wshops/white/abs.html

Pagnucci, G. S, & Macauley, W. J., Jr. (1997). Connecting business and education through the world wide web. WebNet 97 World Conference of the WWW, Internet, and Intranet. [On-Line]. Available: http://www.aace.org/pubs/webnet

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