Christopher is a PhD student in rhetoric and composition. He earned his M.A. in English at the University of South Carolina and a B.A. in English at Eastern Washington University in Cheney, Washington. His current research interests lie in confluences of memory, gender, natural sciences, pop culture, and pop communication, leading him to write about dodos, dinosaurs, and paleontologists.
assistant director of the virtual writing center,
University of Louisville
What's in the fire:
"You poison … with your desires”: Toward a Comparative Disposition with Alan Moore’s Swamp Thing
Transparency and Translingualism: The Social Justice Imperative of Translingual Classroom Practices
"Forgetting the dodo over and over again": The Dodo and Rhetorics of Space and Science in Memory and Museums, to be presented at RSA 2018 in Minneapolis