DIGITAL RHETORIC | WRITING AND TECHNOLOGY | PROSTHETIC MEDIA
I am a PhD Candidate in English at the University of Florida. My research primarily examines how emerging digital technologies impact the way humans write and communicate, especially concerning concepts of body, movement, and environment. I design and teach classes on location-based writing, medical and disability rhetorics, ecocriticism, and the role of paranoia in digital media environments. I also serve as the Managing Editor of Trace: A Journal of Writing, Media, and Ecology, and as an Augmented Reality Criticisms Coordinator for the Trace Innovation Initiative at UF. My work appears in Computers and Composition, Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment, Kairos, Technoculture, and Textshop Experiments.
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