Research Agenda

My research is situated at the intersection of feminist rhetorics and technology. This area of study has yielded a variety of research projects relevant to feminist rhetorical histories, rhetorical analysis of economic discourse, and digital contemplative writing pedagogy. [Add further information about overarching research agenda and upcoming projects.]

Selected Conference Presentations

Programming Women: Platform Labor and Rhetorical Education

Algorithms for Her? Conference, London, England (2020)

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“Transnational Feminism and the Rhetoric of Women’s Coding Literacy Movements”

Feminisms and Rhetorics, Harrisonburg, Virginia (2019)

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“What It Means to Compose for the Web: The Lessons of Curating Three Exhibits for the Museum of Everyday Writing”

Computers and Writing Conference (2016)

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“Digital Contemplative Composition: A Feminist Approach to Inquiry”

Conference on College Composition and Communication (2016)

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Research in Progress

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updated 10.20.20

Computers and Writing 2016