Sonic Rhetoric, Embodiment, Memoir, Digital Humanities, Oral History, Cultural Rhetorics
I'm primarily doing work in sonic rhetoric and feminist ways of making. I wonder about ethical sound design practices and how many assumptions are made when editing recorded sound/voice. I'm also interested in soundscapes and listening practices, especially as it is tied to culture.
National Conference Presentations
“Remixing Audio Archives: Manipulating Relationships and Time to Understand Cultural Values.” Cultural Rhetorics Conference, East Lansing, October 2016.
“Fostering Sonic Spaces: Speaking and Listening Back.” Computers and Writing, Rochester, May 2016.
Regional Conference Presentations
“Sound Pedagogies in First-Year Writing Classrooms.” WIDE Emu, East Lansing, October 2015.
Awards and Recognitions
CAL Digital Humanities Award
CAL Research Enrichment Fellowship
WRAC Travel Funding