Convention/Conference Participation

Woods, Heather Suzanne. “On the Productive and Political Capacities of Algorithms: Citizen Action, Resistant Publics, and #JusticeForMikeBrown.” March 2015. Competitive paper accepted for presentation at North Carolina State’s AEGS “How Do You Do <digital> Humanities,” Raleigh, NC.

Woods, Heather Suzanne. “Solidarity in Movements and Counter-Movements: On Hashtag Feminism and The Affordances of Twitter and The Digital Sphere.” March 2015. Competitive paper accepted for presentation at the 4th biennial meeting of Georgia Regents University’s Women and Gender Studies Symposium entitled “Mobilizing Through The Media: Social Justice and The Digital Frontier,” Augusta, GA.

Woods, Heather Suzanne. “Analyzing Discourses Surrounding Schizophrenia: Diagnosing Positions of Power and Thinking Otherwise,” presented during “Constructing, Deconstructuring, Reconstructuring…: Mental Disorders, the Self, and Identity.” November 2014. Competitive panel accepted for presentation at the 100th annual meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Woods, Heather Suzanne. “Debate, Technological-Mediation and The Politics of Presence: In Favor of Critical Self-Reflexivity,” presented during “New Technologies and Old Concerns: Intercollegiate Debate in a (mostly) Paperless World.” November 2014. Competitive paper panel accepted for presentation at the 100th annual meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Woods, Heather Suzanne. “Constructing a Hacktivist Identity: The Anonymous Care Package.” May 2014. Competitive paper accepted for presentation at the 16th Biennial meeting of the Rhetoric Society of America Conference, San Antonio, TX

Woods, Heather Suzanne. “Hacking the Rhetoric of Rape: The Case of Anonymous and Steubenville,” presented during “Rhetorical Violence and the Sexualized Subject: Exploring discursive limitations placed on women’s bodies.” May 2014. Competitive paper panel accepted for presentation at the 16th Biennial meeting of the Rhetoric Society of America Conference, San Antonio, TX

Woods, Heather Suzanne. “The Politics of Queer Community: Remembering Pauli Murray Through Community Art.” May 2014. Competitive paper accepted to RSA Research Network: Sharing Work in Progress with Kirt Wilson at the 16th Biennial meeting of the Rhetoric Society of America Conference, San Antonio, TX

Woods, Heather Suzanne. “Anonymous and Identity: Tracing the Evolution of the Guy Fawkes Mask,” presented during “Building Connections between Memetics and Mass Communication.” November 2013. Competitive panel accepted for presentation at the 99th annual meeting of the National Communication Association, Washington, DC

Woods, Heather Suzanne. “Sarah Palin and crisis pregnancy: Employing the rhetoric of motherhood to legitimize pro-life advocacies.” November 2012. Bodies, Personhood and the Media: Competitively Selected Papers in Feminist and Women Studies. Competitive paper presented at the 98th annual meeting of the National Communication Association, Orlando FL

Woods, Heather Suzanne. “Death Nell for president: Competing masculine and feminine gazes in Sex and Death 101.” March 2012. Top Graduate Paper Division. Competitive paper presented at the annual meeting of the New Voices, New Perspectives Conference on Communication, Denton, TX [Top Paper]

Woods, Heather Suzanne. “Sarah Palin and the rhetoric of motherhood: Employing narrative to legitimize pro-life advocacies.” March 2012. Graduate Rhetoric Division. Competitive paper presented at the annual meeting of the New Voices, New Perspectives Conference on Communication. Denton, TX

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