Assistant Professor of Writing at York University

My research builds on scholarship in digital, feminist, and material rhetorics to investigate how gendered rhetorical forces are exerted in computational infrastructures, including hardware, software, and code.

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My central pedagogical goal is to teach for the demands of 21st century literacies

My courses focus on developing critical awareness of multimodal forms, including the procedures underlying all digital media, to help students understand the challenges of writing and persuading in an increasingly digital world. For more on how this approach works in my classroom, please see my website on teaching hypertext videogames, Teaching with Twine.

Writing 4001: Digital Authoring Practicum
English 790: Proseminar in the Teaching of Writing
English 201: Intermediate Composition
English 142: Mystery and Crime Fiction (online)
English 100: Introduction to College Composition
English 102: English Composition II
English 101: English Composition I