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ACADEMIC RESUME

 

PAPERS AND PROJECTS

 

My research interest is in rhetorical silence, rhetorical listening, diversity rhetoric, and African-American Vernacular. I also have an interest in racialized educational policies and their effects on Black senior high school students from single parent homes. 


  • University of Texas at San Antonio 2018-1019 Honors Thesis: ​“Self-Perceptions Of Black Teens In AP English Literature Courses And How Muted Group Theory Can Help Us Understand How To Teach Them Better.“ ​​


  • University of Texas at San Antonio Summer 2018 Research Assistant: Dr. Sonja Lanehart,“Title: In progress”


  • University of Texas at San Antonio,           2017-2018: “Rhetorical Silence and Rhetorical Listening: Taking a look at the effectiveness of diversity rhetoric on members of culturally-relevant student organizations.”

Full links, pdf downloadables, and project descriptions can be found under the "Academic Projects" tab or by clicking "Research Experience" at the top. 

 

PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

  • Paper Presentation, “Rhetorical Silence and Rhetorical Listening: Taking a look at the effectiveness of diversity rhetoric on members of culturally-relevant student organizations.”2018 Rhetoric Society of America National Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota; June 2018.​​​

  • Panelist, “Imagining Black Feminist Futures: Afrofuturisms, Black Utopias, and Sonic Rhetorics,” National Women’s Studies Association National Conference, Atlanta, Georgia; November 2018

  • Paper Presentation, “Self-Perceptions Of Black Teens In AP English Literature Courses And How Muted Group Theory Can Help Us Understand How To Teach Them Better.” 2019 National Conferences of NAAAS, NAHLS, NANAS, & IAAS; February 2019.​

  • Poster Presentation, “University Mission Statements and Whiteness” 5thPlace Undergraduate Poster Winner. 2019 UTSA COLFA Undergraduate Research Conference; March 2019​

  • Paper Presentation, “University Mission Statements and Whiteness.” 2019 Communicating Diversity Conference, College Station, Texas; March 2019.

 

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