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Kerry Banazek

Biographical Statement Kerry Banazek is interested in how community membership mediates practices of description and visualization. She writes about diverse objects (including specialty camera lenses, search algorithms, metadata systems, image editing interfaces, stock image databases, and heuristics used by visionary poets) and engages with scholarship in the fields of rhetoric, writing studies, visual cultural studies,…
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Gina Lawrence

Education  B.A. in English  M.A. in Rhetoric and Composition from California State University, Northridge.  Ph.D. candidate in Rhetoric and Composition at the University of Texas at El Paso, Biographical Statement Gina Lawrence is the director of the Writing Center and a college-track assistant professor in the English Department. Her research focuses on intersectional feminist pedagogies,…
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Sue Shon

Education: Ph.D., English, University of Washington M.A., Art History, School of the Art Institute of Chicago B.A., English and Fine Arts, University of Pennsylvania Research Interests: Her primary areas of specialization are visual culture, critical race theory, and American literature and culture. She is working on a book project, Visual Literacy and the Making of Racial Sense, which examines how race…
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