Melinda M. White
Melinda M. White is a Lecturer in English at the University of New Hampshire, where she teaches composition and digital creative writing. She is a graduate of the interdisciplinary Media, Art, and Text PhD program at Virginia Commonwealth University and integrates visuals and media into much of her teaching. Her research interests include postmodern and electronic literature, installation art, virtual reality, technology as a means of creative expression, and ever-changing reader/author relationships. She has recently presented on digital feminist pedagogy and is constantly finding new ways to expand inclusivity and accessibility in her pedagogy. Because software plays a role in the digital class, she’s excited to explore new platforms for digital expression (as well as course reading material). She also writes fiction, caters to two house bunnies, and is inexplicably obsessed with string theory. And elevators.