As a Chicana rhetorician, I research across disciplinary boundaries to focus on (re)claiming and (re)building Indigenous and Chicanx/a/o rhetorics. My work interrogates the material processes by which knowledge, culture and rhetoric are constituted, including how indigeneity or indigenous technologies and theories travel across social movements and public discourses. In addition, however, I look to making and production to consider how tools created by indigenous communities contribute to scholarly discussions about embodiment, technology, and ontology in DH. My most recent project investigates how indigenous communicative technologies contribute to ongoing inquiry on the link between language and the environment.
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