Emily Deering Crosby: Visiting Instructor | Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies
University of Pittsburgh

Emily Deering Crosby: Visiting Instructor

Visiting Instructor; Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies Program
Office: 402 Cathedral of Learning
Email: emilydcrosby@pitt.edu 


Education:

PhD, Communication, University of Pittsburgh
MA, Communication Studies, Indiana University (IUPUI)
BA, Comminication Arts, Allegheny College

 

Recent Courses:
GSWS0100: Introduction to Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies 
GSWS 0200: Sex, Race, and Popular Culture 
Interpersonal Communication
Public Speaking 
Communication Process (Theory) 
Themed Discussion Course on Visual Rhetoric

 


Emily Crosby is a Visiting Instructor for the Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Program, and a recent Ph.D. in the Department of Communication. Emily teaches Introduction to Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies as well as Sex, Race, and Popular Culture. Her academic concentrations include rhetorical criticism, feminist and critical theory, and visual rhetoric. Emily’s dissertation research explores the rhetorical strategies employed by female country music stars during the “second wave” of feminism, as means to temper radical sentiment and construct palatable personae amidst conservative gatekeepers. Emily’s two other recent projects examine double binds in sports rhetoric through an intersectional lens, and critique contemporary Orientalist discourse through a postcolonial lens. Her Master’s Thesis analyzed mommy blogs’ role in destabilizing mothering ideologies and diversifying hegemonic online culture. She is developing a new course on gender and the digital, to be taught fall 2017.

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