cody jackson, ASSISTANT EDITOR
Cody Jackson is a community-accountable (Alexis Pauline Gumbs; Eric Darnell Pritchard) scholar-teacher whose work focuses on disability studies, queer studies, and the transformation of media technology.
Cody’s research and pedagogy are focused on the interplay between queerness, disability, and archival praxis. Cody explores the material implications and influences of anti-ableist composition, theories of time and composing, and queer composition studies. He is currently working on a larger project that will contribute to ongoing conversations about the archival logics and archival spaces of the psych ward as a site of incarceration and detention.
Cody is currently the Book Review editor for the Journal of Multimodal Rhetorics and a co-chair of the Disability Studies Standing Group for the Conference on College Composition and Communication.
anNA ZEEMONT, ASSISTANT EDITOR
Anna Zeemont is a PhD candidate in English at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY), where she studies Composition-Rhetoric and American Studies. She's currently a Gittell Urban Studies Collective Dissertation Fellow, a researcher at CUNY’s New Media Lab, and a consultant at Baruch’s Writing Center. Across CUNY, she's also worked as a composition instructor and Writing Across the Curriculum Fellow.
Anna’s research draws on queer-feminist, decolonial, and abolitionist frameworks to interrogate the politics and movement of literacy across educational institutions and urban geographies. Other interests include multimodal pedagogies/literacies, archival methodologies, “Critical University Studies,” and science and technology studies. She's presented work at the Rhetoric Society of America, College Composition and Communication, American Studies Association, and National Women’s Studies Association Conferences and her writing is forthcoming in Community Literacy Journal and Kairos.
Before starting her PhD, Anna worked in secondary education in the SF Bay Area, where she grew up.