Press from Orange is the New Black course

The Atlantic:



Partial list of media outlets that ran the AP story about OITNB course on December 9-10 (Although my course received global attention, this list does not include articles not in English):

MLive (Michigan):

The News Tribune (Missouri):

Fox News:

Manteca Bulletin (California):

Watermark Online:

 The San Diego Union Tribune:

World News:

The Daily Mail (UK):

@OITNB_FR (France):

Canada NewsWaver (Canada):

Penticton Herald (British Columbia, Canada):

The Neepawa Press (Manitoba, Canada):
Story also ran in the following outlets:
Press of Atlantic City (New Jersey) (Oregon)
WLIO (Ohio)
Mining Gazette (Houghton, MI)
The Daily News (Iron Mountain, MI)
The Herald-Palladium (Benton Harbor, MI)
Dayton Daily News (Ohio)
Houma Today (Louisiana) (South Carolina)
Tuscaloosa News (Alabama)
Bucks County Courier Times (Pennsylvania)
The Monitor (Texas)
WTOC-TV (Georgia)
WLOX (Mississippi)
Lompoc Record (California)
The Bismarck Tribune (North Dakota)
AZ Daily Sun (Arizona) (Washington)
Herald-Tribune (Florida)
Missoulian (Montana) (Tennessee)
Time Warner Cable (Ohio)
The Olympian (Washington) (Georgia)
NBC2 (Florida)
WECT6 (South Carolina) (Texas) (Florida)
The Alpena News (Michigan)
The Daytona Beach News Journal (Florida)
The Dispatch (North Carolina)
New Jersey Herald (New Jersey)
Daily Comet (Louisiana)
News 95.5/AM 750 WSB (Georgia)
Bozeman Daily Chronicle (Montana)
AM 720 KDWN (Nevada)
News Channel 10 KFDA (Texas)
The Montana Standard (Montana)
KHQ Q6 (Washington)
My Fox Tampa Bay (Florida)
News Channel 25 (Texas)
News 12 Connecticut (Connecticut)
WRBL News (Georgia)
Centre Daily Times (Pennsylvania)
The News Tribune (Washington)
ABC 12 (Flint, Michigan)
San Francisco Gate (California)
WBOY 12 (West Virginia)
WAVE 3 News (Kentucky)
Journal Star (Nebraska) (Virginia) (Washington)
WBTV (North Carolina)
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Georgia)

he Windsor Star (Ontario, Canada)
Blackburn News (Ontario, Canada)
CJAD 800 AM (Quebec, Canada)

Campus Videos


“Kim Lacey on Teaching Rhetoric, Composition and Literature in the Digital Age.” Writing | Education | Technology (WET) Podcast. Hosted by Erik Marshall, Ph.D. Recorded October 1, 2014.

Upcoming Talks

“Tricky Rhetoric: The Ethics of Spoofing and AI.” Computers and Writing. East Lansing, Michigan. Scheduled for June 2019.

Recent Talks

“Curated Authenticity: Food Cultures and Digital Spaces.” Plenary session. Presented with Julie Thompson Klein, Ph.D. (Wayne State University) and Andy Engel, Ph.D. (University of Michigan). Conference on Citizenship Studies. Detroit, Michigan. March 2019.

“The Curated Look of Ethnicity: Writing and Encouraging Dialogue through Food.” Equity within the Classroom
Conference. University Center, Michigan. March 2019. 

Kim Lacey, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of English
Saginaw Valley State University