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DISCO Network Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Purdue University

I hold a PhD from North Carolina State University’s Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media (CRDM) program where my expertise is in materialist and digital media studies, digital humanities, and cultural studies of technology and race. These areas of expertise inform my research and teaching interests, which, broadly sketched, are Black studies, affective labor, popular culture, urban spaces and temporal flows, and the nexus between sports and science and technology. Currently, I am a DISCO (Design, Inquiry, Speculation, Collaboration, Optimism) Network Postdoctoral Research Fellow where I work at Purdue University’s Humanities and Technoscience (HAT) Lab. Situated at the intersection of the humanities and STEM, the Humanities and Technoscience (HAT) lab will build-out collaborative, interdisciplinary relationships with Purdue’s various departments and schools and experiment with new teaching modules, possible degree programs, and a new project-based course: DISCO STEM+Humanities Technoscience, offering a hands-on, technology-based student experience.


  • –present
    Disco Network Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Purdue University


  • 2022 
    Purdue University, Communication, Rhetoric and Digital Media