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Marc C. Santos is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of South Florida. Marc’s research and teaching explore the intersections between classical and contemporary rhetorical theory, critical theory, new media, and ethics. Find him on Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, and/or at www.marccsantos.com.

Ella R. Bieze is a Ph.D. student in Rhetoric & Composition at the University of South Florida. Her research interests include feminist rhetorics, disability studies, and writing program administration.

Lauren E. Cagle is a Ph.D. student in Rhetoric & Composition at the University of South Florida. Her research interests include the rhetoric of science and technology, and public participation in science and technology policy production.

Jason Carabelli is a graduate student in Rhetoric & Composition at the University of South Florida. His research interests include new media, technical writing, and the rhetoric of science. He has a web presence at jasoncarabelli.com and on Facebook.

Kristen N. Gay is a second-year M.A. student at the University of South Florida (USF). Her research interests include feminist rhetorics, electracy, embodied rhetorics, and personal writing. She teaches courses in the First-Year Composition program and works in USF’s Writing Center.

Sarah Beth Hopton is a Ph.D. student at the University of South Florida (USF) studying rhetoric and technology. Her dissertation maps the ideological networks operating in the U.S. Congress surrounding the issue of Agent Orange remediation and remuneration. In 2010, Hopton won the USF Provost’s grant for 21st-Century Teaching and Learning, which funds her work designing and developing online English and Technical Communications courses. When she’s not knee-deep in networks and big data, Hopton is an avid world traveler, SCUBA diver and recent triathlon and half-marathon competitor.

Megan McIntyre is a third-year Ph.D. candidate in the Rhetoric & Composition program at the University of South Florida. Her research interests include postpedagogy, material rhetorics, first-year composition, and political rhetoric. Her dissertation will focus on the intersections between the postpedagogical work of Thomas Rickert and the material network theories of Bruno Latour and the other new materialists, specifically how these projects might alter the way we understand the aftermath of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.

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