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Eric Andrew James

PhD Candidate in Rhetoric and Public Culture | GSS TA 2019-20

Eric Andrew James is a fifth-year PhD student in Rhetoric and Public Culture. He studies how grammars of hate operate in code, user interface, and cultures of use for always-on digital technology. His dissertation focuses on the prevalent language of “networking” and its implications for intimate contact with and through that technology. Eric has published in Transformative Works and Cultures, In Media Res, and a special issue of Game Studies focused on queer game studies. His aim is to reimagine modern always-on digital media using feminist design and practice.

Courses Taught

  • Fall 2019 | Feminist Techno-imaginaries: Feminist Encounters with Technology from Afrofuturism to Cyberfeminism (GNDR_ST 374)
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