Katherine Bridgman is an assistant professor of English at Texas A&M University – San Antonio. Her research, which focuses on the use of digital social media by activists with an emphasis on how protestors work across digital interfaces to garner transnational support, has appeared in several venues, among them the journal Kairos, College English, South Atlantic Review, and the edited collection Re/Framing Identifications (2014). She is also a co-founder of the Florida State University postcard archive; her co-authored scholarship on the archive was recognized with the Michelle Kendrick Prize. At Texas A&M SA, she directs the Texas A&M-SA Writing Center and Writing Across the Curriculum program and teaches classes in composition, writing center practice and theory, and historical and contemporary rhetorical theory.
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