y Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures :: Dianna Baldwin
Michigan State University
Michigan State University
Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures
Dianna Baldwin
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baldw145@msu.edu

@pooh831

Research Interests:
comics, cultural rhetorics, serious games, writing center

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www.writingcenterexplorations.org
www.writing.msu.edu

Profile

I am a digital (though not native) rhetorician who is here at The Writing Center at MSU to play, explore, teach, be taught, and create a space where others writers feel free and encouraged to do the same. I believe “play” to the best way to learn and that comics tell us all we need to know about the world we live in.

Representative Work

Writers Block: http://diannabaldwin.com/writersblock
Women and Second Life: Essays on Virtual Identity, Work and Play. Ed. Dianna Baldwin and Julie Achterberg. NC: McFarland, 2013. Print.
“The Batwomen of DC Comics, Queering the Mainstream.” Feminist Theory and Pop Culture: A Text-Reader. Ed. Adrienne Trier-Bieniek. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense. Forthcoming.
“Batwoman #27—Cover Art at Its Worst.” Destroy The Cyb.org. 05 Feb. 2014. Web.