As a scholar in rhetoric and composition and a media artist, I am primarily interested in exploring how people compose with digital technologies, as well as what these compositions mean for their many and varied senses of self, individually and collectively. I also work at the intersection of writing studies and sexuality studies, exploring what it means to "compose queerly," as well as what theories of sexuality, particularly queer theory, have to teach us about literacy in pluralistic democracies. These interests permeate the two digital compositions that Harlot has graciously agreed to publish.
See the original creator's statement and two digital collages: Wayback Machine website
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"“phonesex : a digital collage” and “dis|orientation : a straight closet”,"
Harlot: A Revealing Look at the Arts of Persuasion: