English and Journalism
Writing Studies, Technical Communication, Software Studies
PhD, U of Florida, 2003
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Bradley joined the English & Journalism faculty in August 2003. He teaches courses in writing studies, technical communication, and new media.
Bradley's research focuses on the role of ease in writing and technology. His edited collection From A to [A]: Keywords of Markup was published in December 2010, and won the Computers and Composition Outstanding Book Award. He is currently collaborating with Neil Baird to study writing transfer, focusing on writing in the major. Dilger and Baird's transfer research was recently awarded a $10,000 CCCC Research Initiative Grant and a $2,900 CWPA Targeted Research Grant.
Bradley is married to Erin Easterling and has two daughters, Madelyn and Amelia. He enjoys homebrewing and casual programming.