Author: Brielle Campos

Brielle is a PhD candidate at Middle Tennessee State University. Her interests include disability rhetoric, digital rhetoric, and the rhetoric of pop-culture.

Presenters: Rebecca Hudgins (The Ohio State University), L. Corrine Jones (University of Central Florida), and Emily Mattern (Northeast Ohio Medical University). Elizabeth Miller (The Ohio State University) was unable to attend. Almost as long as the internet has been available to the general public, people have used the expansive collection of data for medical reasons. The sophistication of technology has only added to this trend, as websites like WebMD entice the ill with prospective answers to their medical problems. The presenters of the panel Digital Bodies, Digital Disability: Performing Health Online examine four such spaces as they discuss the agency…

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