Cana Itchuaqiyaq Published Two Articles and Selected to Participate in Arctic Horizon Scan 2022 Workshop
October 1, 2022
Cana Itchuaqiyaq, an assistant professor in the Department of English, published the following: “The Woman Who Tricked the Machine: Challenging the Neutrality of Defaults and Building Coalitions for Marginalized Scholars,” Re-Programmable Rhetoric: Critical Making Theories and Methods in Digital Rhetoric and Composition, ed. Michael J. Faris and Steve Holmes (Louisville, Colorado: University Press of Colorado/Utah State University Press, 2022), pp. 75–91; and “Decolonizing Decoloniality: Considering the (Mis)use of Decolonial Frameworks in TPC Scholarship,” Communication Design Quarterly 9.1 (2022): 20–31, with Breeanne Matheson, which was selected for the Best of the Journals in Rhetoric and Composition 2022, to be published by Parlor Press.
In addition, Itchuaqiyaq was selected as a delegate to participate in the Arctic Horizon Scan 2022 workshop, a three-day event refining research questions for polar research; an initiative of the Oxford University Polar Forum, the workshop was held September 7–9 in Oxford, United Kingdom.