As a Writing Studies researcher and teacher, I craft ways to help myself and others learn about how reading and writing activities are richly complex. How the texts we read and write are bound and loosed by the people, tools, and knowledge brought to bear on them. And, how such mediation shapes the contexts in which we live and our sense of such contexts.
I am currently conducting case-study research of a frontend web developer, who works at a news organization, studying his programming activities as writing. My past research appears in edited collections, such as Strategic Discourse: The Politics of (New) Literacy Crises; Writing Posthumanism, Posthuman Writing; and the Rhetoric and Digital Humanities. You can see more of my projects in my portfolio or CV.
Contact me at lindg250 [at] umn [dot] edu.
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