Feminist Rhetorics, Religious rhetoric, Embodiment, Writing and Digital Pedagogy
I am interested in the relationships between gender, religion, embodiment and education. My most recent project looked at how young religious women negotiated their religious ideologies with their “dream” futures on Pinterest. I am also the project manager for the American Religious Sound Project, which is an inter-institutional project funded by the Henry Luce Foundation.
“’My Dream Life’: Negotiating Religious Ideologies on Pinterest” Paper Presentation. Computers and Writing, Findlay, OH June 2017.
“Transforming and Deforming Social Media” The Complex Rhetorical Life of Tumblr and Pinterest.” Panel Presentation (with Heather Turner and Cynthia Sampson) Rhetoric Society of America, Atlanta, GA, May 2016
“What do you Dream of: Identity and Social Literacy Practices of Religious Young Women on Pinterest” Paper Presentation. Conference on College Composition and Communication. Houston, TX, April 2016
Research or Academic Affiliations
American Religious Sound Project – Project Manager