Propose a THATCamp Session!
Plans for THATCamp Southeast, to be held March 9th & 10th, are moving right along. The organizers (myself included!) are very happy to announce two things:
- It’s time to Propose a Session! Please check this link and think about what YOU want to use THATCamp to accomplish. Then propose something related to it!
- We are still accepting New Registrants! We are now accepting applications until March 1st. If you thought it was too late, it’s not!
We can’t wait to see everyone together at the Hall Building in just a few days. Check our main page for a countdown.
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About Rachel Dean-Ruzicka
Rachel Dean-Ruzicka is a Lecturer of Writing and Communication, where she specializes in teaching the department's corequisite composition courses. She received her PhD in American Culture Studies from Bowling Green State University in 2011, with an emphasis in film and media studies. Her book, Tolerance Discourse and Young Adult Holocaust Literature: Engaging Difference and Identity, was released in a paperback edition from Routledge in 2019. She has previously published on paranormal teenagers who defeat serial killers, all-ages feminist comic books, female engineers in YA fiction, and the films of director Wes Anderson. She has a forthcoming article on the podcast My Favorite Murder, to round out her pop culture crime publication credentials. Her current research investigates models of maturation, YA Weird fiction, and contemporary feminist theory. Despite all the murder and mayhem in this bio, she's really quite a cheerful person.