I study how writing and texts support human activity, understanding, and the capacity to reflect, analyze, and respond. I'm currently working on my dissertation research, which situates coding activity as a writing activity, while also teaching technical communication and rhetoric and technology courses.
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.
I also enjoy cycling around my current home in Minneapolis, MN and finding good coffee and donut shops. Luckily this city's great for both of these things.
Contact me at lindg250 [at] umn [dot] edu.
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