I am a researcher and instructor in (Digital) Life Writing, (New) Media studies, and 20th Century American literature, all of which intersect in my academic work. I am interested in media archeology and the constructions/imaginations of media that are made by literary and rhetorical engagements. In the Fall of 2018, I successfully completed my PhD at the University of Waterloo, where I am currently instructing undergraduate courses.
As an instructor, I have designed and taught courses on academic writing, digital communication technologies, literary representations of digital technology, and comics. These courses involve a variety of methods, including media analysis, rhetorical analysis, and literary analysis.
Over at my blog, you can read me writing about my research, teaching, and past graduate experiences.