My research is situated at the intersections of composition theories and pedagogies and feminist-disability studies. Broadly speaking, I am interested in studying and developing accessible communication practices. To explore this topic, I turn to a variety of kairotic spaces: from the FYC classroom to the doctor's office. Because of this, my work spans a range of subfields, such as the following:
Writing program administration
Rhetorics of health and medicine
Composition theories and pedagogies
Upcoming conference presentations
Please join me at CCCC where I will be presenting on the panel Pedagogical Interventions through an Abundance of Access on Thursday, April 4th at 3:15 pm. My talk is titled "Active and Accessible? A Qualitative Study of Disabled FYC Writers' Experiences with Active Learning Pedagogies."
Please join me at this year's Writing & Wellbeing Conference at the University of Arizona where I will be presenting on the panel Writing While Crip: The Well-being of Writing Professors with Disabilities, date TBD.