Caccia, Lewis PhD.
"Cultivating Empathic Awareness in the Classroom."National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) Annual Convention.Orlando, Florida.November 2010.
"Empathic Awareness and the Affective Dimensions of Language." (75-Minute Workshop) College English Association of Ohio Annual Spring Conference. Columbus, OH. April 2010.
"Empathic Awareness Informed by Transformative Ethos and Persona."Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters (MASAL) Annual Meeting.Grand Rapids, MI.March 2010.
"Production-Floor Rhetoric:Occupational Safety, Reliability, and the Abstract."Class Matters:Working Class Studies Association Conference.Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. June 2009.
"Empathy and Empirical Inquiry in First-Year Composition."Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC).San Francisco, California.March 2009.
"From Civic Engagement to Occupational Standard: A Decade of Risk Communication as Mode of Analysis."(Invited Lecture) Niagara University.Niagara Falls, New York.January 2009.
"New Theoretical Possibilities for Understanding Workplace Risk Communication." Rhetoric Society of America (RSA).Seattle, Washington.May 2008.
"Workplace Risk Communication: A Look at Literate Practice within Rhetorical Frameworks." Who Says? Working-Class Rhetoric, Class Consciousness, and Community. Ed. William DeGenaro. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2007. 164-179.
"Composing Workplace Rhetoric: Negotiating the Shared Authority of Interpretive Communities." Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters (MASAL) Annual Meeting. Rochester, MI. March 2006.
"Animals as 18th-Century Text: Socioeconomic Class Issues as Contextualized in Goldsmith's Writing and Gainsborough's Painting." Seventh Biennial Working-Class Studies Conference. Youngstown, Ohio. May 2005.
"Workplace Risk Communication: Literate Practices within Rhetorical Frameworks." Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC). San Francisco, California. March 2005.
"Rhetorics of the Workplace: Empirical Issues Involved with the Analysis of Communications Toolkits." (Invited lecture) Miami University. Oxford, Ohio. February 2005.
"Animals as 18th-Century Text: The Contextualized Practice of Goldsmith's Writing and Gainsborough's Painting." Atenea, 24.2 (2004): 59-71.
Contributor, "In Memoriam, Stephen P. Witte (1943-2004): Ahead of Us." College Composition and Communication, 56.1 (2004): 9-12.
"Ethos and Persona: Distinct Constructions of Self-Representation and their Pedagogical Potential." Rhetoric Society of America (RSA). Austin, Texas. May 2004.
"What is 'Academic Writing'? Complications of Disciplinarity and Discourse Features." Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC). San Antonio, Texas. March 2004.
"The Spirit of William Stafford: A Countertradition to Modernism?" Atenea, 23.1 (2003): 123-135.
Review of Teaching Composition as a Social Process, by Bruce McComiskey. (Utah State University Press, 2000). Technical Communication Quarterly, 12.3 (2003): 349-352.
"Workplace Risk Communication: Literate Practice as Rhetorical Act." Sixth Biennial Working-Class Studies Conference. Youngstown, Ohio. May 2003.
Review of Citizen Critics: Literary Public Spheres, by Rosa A. Eberly (University of Illinois Press, 2000). Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 32.4 (2002): 121-124.
"Risk Communication: Mode of Analysis and Community Engagement." Rhetoric Society of America (RSA). Las Vegas, Nevada. May 2002.
“Relocating the Habitual Meeting Place: Ethos as an In-Situ Dynamic.” Rhetoric Society of America. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. May 2012.
“New Investigative Energies for Resolving Urban Differences.” National Council of Teachers Of English Annual Convention. Chicago, Illinois. November 2011.
“Rethinking Representations of Work and Workers: A Grounded, Inductive Methodological Approach.” Working Class Studies Association Conference. Chicago, Illinois. June 2011.