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PhD Student's articles published in Communication 42 and QED: A Journal in GLBTQ Worldmaking

GRADS@WORK PhD student Jeff Nagel has represented his research and our department well in recent weeks. He published “Intersectionality-as-Metaphor and Theories of Flesh” in Women’s Studies in Communication 42 (2019), which develops a theory of intersectionality, identity, and embodied experience suited to research in rhetorical studies. And his article “(Be)Longing in the Archives: Family, Affect, and Loss in the Jack Nichols Papers”--a meditation on the work and legacy of the gay rights activist named in its title--appears in the most recent issue of QED: A Journal in GLBTQ Worldmaking (6 [2019]). These articles reflect Jeff's exciting contributions to both longstanding and growing areas of specialty in our graduate program: public memory, social movements, and LGBTQ rhetoric. Each journal, moreover, offers an ideal disciplinary venue for their subject matter.

GRADS@WORK

PhD student Jeff Nagel has represented his research and our department well in recent weeks. He published “Intersectionality-as-Metaphor and Theories of Flesh” in Women’s Studies in Communication 42 (2019), which develops a theory of intersectionality, identity, and embodied experience suited to research in rhetorical studies. And his article “(Be)Longing in the Archives: Family, Affect, and Loss in the Jack Nichols Papers”--a meditation on the work and legacy of the gay rights activist named in its title--appears in the most recent issue of QED: A Journal in GLBTQ Worldmaking (6 [2019]). These articles reflect Jeff's exciting contributions to both longstanding and growing areas of specialty in our graduate program: public memory, social movements, and LGBTQ rhetoric. Each journal, moreover, offers an ideal disciplinary venue for their subject matter.