Chakrika is a PhD student at the University of Minnesota. Her research interests include intercultural communication, translingualism and pedagogy.

Elisa Findlay is a PhD student in the Composition and Rhetoric program in the department of English at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is the current co-Assistant Director of the First-Year Writing Program.1 Articles

Maury is pop culture aficionado who believes that the stories we tell have the power to change our lives. An avid larper and writer, she occasionally blogs about games and social justice with Ben Morrow at Articles

Tim Lockridge is an Assistant Professor of English at Miami University (Ohio) and a senior editor of Computers and Composition Digital Press.2 Articles

Lavinia Hirsu is Assistant Professor in Rhetoric and Composition at the University North Carolina at Greensboro. Her research agenda brings together digital and cultural/global rhetorics, with a special emphasis on visual rhetoric.

Gavin P. Johnson is a PhD student in Rhetoric, Composition, and Literacy at The Ohio State University. His major fields of study include Composition and Digital Media and Queer Rhetorics. In his current research, he uses the DALN to collect, preserve, and analyze the literacy narratives of Black Queer social activists of Columbus. He earned his MA in Rhetoric and Composition from NC State University in 2015, and he is originally from southeast Louisiana.1 Articles

Kaitlin Clinnin is a PhD candidate in Rhetoric, Composition, and Digital Media Studies at the Ohio State University. Her dissertation research focuses on the theories and practices of "community" in education, writing programs, and physical/online writing classrooms.2 Articles

Heidi A. McKee is the Roger and Joyce Howe Professor of Written Communication and an associate professor of English at Miami University. With James Porter, she co-wrote Professional Communication and Network Interaction: A Rhetorical, Ethical Approach (2017) and The Ethics of Internet Research: A Rhetorical, Case-Based Process (2009).

Brian Gaines is a PhD student in the Rhetorics, Communication, and Information Design program at Clemson University. His research interests include digital humanities and visual rhetoric.1 Articles

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