Carleigh DeAngelis began the Ph.D program in 2014 after completing
her Masters Degree in English Literature and Language at Kent State University,
focusing in Literacy, Rhetoric, and Social Practice. Carleigh has experience
working with digital content in trade publications which informs her interest
in the communal construction of Internet cultures. Her most recent research
projects center around hacktivist and countercultural rhetorics and she
currently serves as co-president of the Doctoral English Student Organization.
B.A. Kent State University, English, Minors: Latin; Ancient, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies
M.A. Kent State University, English Literature and Language: Literacy, Rhetoric, and Social Practice
Courses TaughtENGL 3820: Scientific Writing
ENGL 2201: Writing about the Disciplines
ENGL 1100: Foundations of College Writing
Selected Publications and Presentations"The Rhetoric of Modern Myth in Internet
Forums." Identity and Culture: Engaging
Interdisciplinary Conversations. Greensboro, North Carolina. March 1, 2014.
"Women's Health and Fitness on Pinterest: An
Examination of the Formation of Idealized Bodies." Computers and Writing:
Technoliteracy Interventions. University of
Wisconsin-Stout. May 28-31, 2015.