I am an Assistant Professor of Digital Writing and Rhetoric in the English Department at the University of Virginia. I earned my Ph.D. with a concentration in "Composition, Literacy, Pedagogy, and Rhetoric" from the University of Pittsburgh. My research and teaching interests include multimodal composition, sound studies, pedagogy, digital rhetoric, disability studies, sensory rhetorics, music, and pop culture. In addition to coediting a "Sonic Rhetorics" issue of Harlot, I have published scholarship in College English, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, Composition Studies, enculturation, Peitho, Currents in Electronic Literacy, Sounding Out!, and Provoke! Digital Sound Studies. My book, Sounding Composition: Multimodal Pedagogies for Embodied Listening (U of Pittsburgh Press 2018), proposes an expansive approach to teaching with sound in the composition classroom.
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