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Thank you for volunteering to review one or two sessions at the 2019 CCCC or TYCA for the Sweetland DRC! Please fill in your information below to indicate which sessions (up to two) you would like to review. If you are unsure which session you would like to review, refer to the Call for Reviews for sessions focused on digital rhetoric and the digital humanities. Note that sessions can only be reviewed by ONE person and session selection is first come, first served. Once you have signed up below, you will receive an email confirming your choices. Please email DRCfellows@umich.edu with any questions.
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Reviewer NameAffiliationEmail AddressNumber of Reviews (1 or 2)Session to be Reviewed (please use letter & number, e.g., A9)Short Bio (1-2 sentences)Additional Comments
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Michael HealyFlorida State Univeristymhealy@fsu.edu1F09Michael is a third year PhD Candidate who is studying the intersections of digital technologies, invention, creativity, play, and curriculum.
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Jessi ThomsenFlorida State Univeristyjthomsen@fsu.edu1C19Jessi Thomsen is pursuing her PhD in English with a specialization in rhetoric and composition at
Florida State University, where her golden retrievers supervise all of her scholarly endeavors and occasionally answer her emails.
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Amanda MayFlorida State Univeristyamay@fsu.edu1J11Amanda is a third year PhD Candidate at Florida State University. When she isn't working on her dissertation about writing centers and social media, she's likely knitting or playing video games, both with the "help" of her cat.
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Jess ClementsWhitworth Universityjclements@whitworth.edu1Digital Praxis Posters (C)Jess is Assistant Professor of English and Composition Commons Director at Whitworth University. Her teaching and research spans new media, first-year composition, professional writing, medical rhetorics, and writing centers.
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Christina Luiggi Wright State Universitypuntasecca.2@wright.edu1I07Christina Luiggi is an MA student at Wright State University, focusing on embodied queer and veteran rhetorics in digital spaces, and the connections between, trauma, contentious identity navigation, and composition processes. Christina plans to begin doctoral study at Michigan State University this fall.
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Guadalupe Remigio Ortega University of Wisconsin-Madison remigioorteg@wisc.eduC46 Lupe Remigio Ortega is a first year PhD student in Composition and Rhetoric at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her research interests include indigineity and indigenous literacies as well as critical race therory and cultural consciousness in the writing classroom.
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Kathryn Van ZanenUniversity of Michigan - Ann Arborvanzanen@umich.edu1J11Kathryn Van Zanen is a first year PhD student in English and Education at the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor. Her research interests center on the ways writing instruction trains students to think about their political identities, both historically and in digital space.
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Jialei JiangIndiana University of Pennsylvaniaj.jiang2@iup.edu1H07Jialei Jiang is a PhD candidate in Composition and Applied Linguistics at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Her research areas of interest include digital rhetoric, new materialism, and multimodal pedagogy.
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Megan Von BergenUniversity of Tennessee-Knoxvillemvonberg@vols.utk.edu1E33Megan Von Bergen is a first year PhD student at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. Her research interests include digital academic rhetoric, religious rhetoric, and first-year writing.
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Charles C. GrimmGeorgia Highlands Collegecgrimm@highlands.edu1TYCA 3.310Charles Grimm is an Instructor of English at Georgia Highlands College and a doctoral candidate at Georgia State University. His research interests include ghostwriting, literacy narratives, collaborative writing, and English linguistic imperialism.
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Sarah Welsh University of Texas at Austinswelsh@utexas.edu1L28Sarah Welsh is a doctoral candidate at UT Austin and is writing a dissertation on digital forgetting.
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Megan BuschUniversity of South Carolinamjbusch@email.sc.edu1J35Megan Busch is a doctoral candidate at the University of South Carolina with research interests in the rhetorical function of Southern language varieties, the methods and methodology of discourse analysis, and composition pedagogy (both traditional and digital).
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Lauren MaloneIowa State Universitylamalone@iastate.edu1C45Lauren Malone is a 4th year PhD student at Iowa State. Her research interests include digital rhetoric, multimodal pedagogy, pop culture, Black rhetoric, and game studies.
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Brielle CamposMiddle Tennessee State Universitybrc4a@mtmail.mtsu.edu1I13Brielle Campos is a 3rd Year PhD candidate at Middle Tennessee State University. Her interests are in Disability Rhetoric, Studies, and Representation.
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Michael Kennedy University of South Carolinamjk3@email.sc.edu1N.41 & H.21Michael Kennedy is a 2nd year PhD candidate at the University of South Carolina with specific research interests in continental philosophy, critical theory, women's and gender studies, and peace and reconciliation studies.
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Lindsey Kim University of South Carolina Kimlc@email.sc.edu1C25Lindsey Kim is a 2nd year PhD candidate at the University of South Carolina. Her research interests include digital rhetoric, surveillance studies, and professional and technical communication.
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Martha Althea WebberCalifornia State University, Fullertonmwebber@fullerton.edu1B.08Martha Althea Webber is an Assistant Professor and Director of the Writing Center at California State University, Fullerton. Her research interests include digital rhetoric and her making practices include embroidery, quilting, and stop-motion video.
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Brandie BohneyBowling Green State Universitybbohney@bgsu.edu1N.22Brandie Bohney is a second-year doctoral student in the Rhetoric and Writing program at Bowling Green State University. Her research interests include secondary English teacher preparation for the teaching of writing, language and dialect diversity and equality in the composition classroom, and discovery or inductive learning in writing pedagogies.
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Morgan McDougallBowling Green State Universitymemcdou@bgsu.edu1L18Morgan McDougall is a first-year PhD student studying Rhetoric and Writing at Bowling Green State University. Her research interests include writing program administration, writing transfer, and dual-credit participation.
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Renee Ann DrouinBowling Green State Universitydrouinr@bgsu.edu1D.12Renee Ann Drouin is a second-year doctoral student in the Rhetoric and Writing Program at Bowling Green State University. Her research interests include digital media, video game studies, feminist rhetorics, and fandom culture/online rhetorical patterns of subcultures.
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Mary Le RougeKent State Universitymlerouge@kent.edu1G.05 or H.28Mary Le Rouge is a second-year doctoral student in Rhetoric and Composition at Kent State University. Her research interests include digital rhetoric and discourse studies, especially in relation to climate change, technical communication, and literacy.
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Brian UriasBowling Green State Universityuriasb@bgsu.edu1C9Brian Urias is a second-year doctoral student in Rhetoric and Writing at Bowling Green State University. His research and professional interests include online writing instruction, writing program administration, and writing transfer.
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Heather BuzbeeUniversity of South Carolina hbuzbee@email.sc.edu1H.18Heather Buzbee is a 3rd year PhD candidate in Rhetoric and Composition at University of South Carolina. Her research interests include feminism, women and gender studies, historiography, classical rhetoric, and humor studies.
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Lacy HopeWashington State Universitylacy.culpepper@wsu.edu1J05Lacy Hope is a third year PhD candidate at Washington State University where she studies the intersections of algorithms, civility, and online public discourse.
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