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GRADS@WORK, Marin successfully defends dissertation

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CAS graduate student Kellie Marin successfully defended her dissertation, titled "Anonymous rhetorics and their collective, resistant, and weaponized networks." The dissertation is situated within her broader research interests in  how civilians speak out, within, and against state surveillance. Pictures here is the candidate with her advisor, Dr. Jeremy Engels, and committee members, Dr.s Michele Kennerly, Bradford Vivian, and Debra Hawhee.

Congratulations, Dr. Marin!