AboutI am committed to redressing historical violence through art, working towards healing trauma, and envisioning a more just society. My current research investigates the history of “Visible Speech”–from phonetics, physiological alphabet, to the sound spectrograph–and how it intersects with linguistic imperialism, scientific racism, and technosolutionism.
EducationPhD, English, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 2020/05
MS, Information, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 2015/05
MembershipsAssociation for Computers and the Humanities
Society for the History of Technology
Modern Language Association