I conduct research and write about activist and political rhetoric, focusing on the arts and social justice; race, gender, and sexuality; and digital media. You can find my work below:
Academic Journal Articles
“‘White Women Voted for Tr*mp’: The Women’s March on Washington and Intersectional Feminist Futures.” Computers & Composition Online, 2018 (special issue on Technofeminist Rhetorics).
“Translation as (Global) Writing” (coauthored with Bruce Horner). Composition Studies, vol 44, issue 1, 2016.
Crossing Divides: Exploring Translingual Writing Pedagogies and Programs (co-edited with Bruce Horner). Utah State UP, 2017.
“Inheritance.” The Nassau Review, 2015.
“Featured Faculty: Laura Tetreault.” Profile by Aina Izham. University at Albany, 2019.
“Meet Social Justice Scholar Laura Tetreault.” University of Louisville, 2017.
Careers in the Public Humanities Interview: I was featured on the podcast Careers in the Public Humanities, where I talk about communicating with publics, activist movement building, and preparing undergraduate English majors for careers in the public sphere. Listen below:
For a full list of publications, conference presentations, and other research activities, please see my CV.