Scot Barnett is an assistant professor of English at Indiana University where he teaches courses in rhetorical theory and digital rhetoric. His work has appeared in Enculturation and Kairos as well in the collections Thinking with Bruno Latour in Rhetoric and Composition (Southern Illinois), Rhetorics of Names and Naming (Routledge), and Augmented Reality: Innovative Perspectives Across Art, Industry, and Academia (Parlor). His current research focuses on the intersections of object-oriented theories and histories of rhetoric. With Casey Boyle, he is the editor of Rhetoric, Through Everyday Things (University of Alabama Press, 2016). He has also recently published a monograph on the history of realist ideas in rhetorical theory entitled Rhetorical Realism: Rhetoric, Ethics, and the Ontology of Things (Routledge, 2017).