The iWrite Project, at the University of Pittsburgh Bradford, is a collaborative body working to re-vision composing, reading, teaching, learning, producing, and consuming.  We focus on textual studies in the areas of rhetoric and composition, literacy studies, literary theory, digital studies, mass media, and social theory. The iWrite Project promotes multimodal textual construction and deconstruction at Pitt-Bradford through workshops; Writing Center support; and classroom-based composition assignments in courses such as The Web in Social Contexts, English Capstone, Critical Methods, Technical Writing, and Business Writing for the 21st Century. 
iWrite@UPB works in collaboration with the Division of Communication and the Arts, the Writing Center, and the office of Academic Technology Integration. If you would like to get involved in the iWrite Project, please contact Dr. Jessie Blackburn at jbb35@pitt.edu.



Dr. Blackburn's
Capstone Class
Fall 2011

   Dr. Blackburn's
Critical Methods Class,
Spring 2012



Utopian Impulse 
Lauren Marshall
On Utopia






Daybreakers: A Critical Analysis

Shauna M. Kelsey
A deeper look at the 2009 major
motion picture, Daybreakers



Roseanne and the Hillbilly

On Roseanne





Dracula Evolution
Penny Amache

On the evolution of Bram Stoker's Dracula and
various film interpretations through a number of
critical lenses
Green Wal Mart


Environmental Corruption
Mackenzie Miller

On Co-opting the Green

Dr. Blackburn's
Promotional Writing, 
Spring 2012



PoCoCo Logo


Kaizhi Jason Chen

Promoting a non-profit 
organization through a website   


Ghosts of Madagascar 

 Lee Atkins