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|Keith Dorwick, Ph.D.|
|Professor of English|
|Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago, 1998,|
|Master of Pastoral Studies, Loyola University, Chicago, 2000|
|P.O. Box 44691|
|Lafayette LA 70504|
|Teaching and Research Areas|
Queer studies, media and technology studies, children’s literature, disability studies, drama, history of rhetoric, the essay.
Keith Dorwick, Professor of English at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and editor of the online journal Technoculture, is interested in the issues raised by queer studies; drama; children's literature and media; and rhetoric. These appear as plays in various venues; video/audio installations; and paintings and other 2D work. In addition, he publishes critical articles and reviews in journals such as Computers and Composition, The Journal of Bisexuality, CCCC Online, Harlot and as book chapters in edited collections. His latest article, “Change in Bodies: Documenting Female to Male Gender Transition Through T-Diaries in YouTube,” will appear in Liminalities later this year. His media works are performed at galleries and conferences across the country.
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