Writing & Research

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).

“Learning from The Identity Project: Accountability-Based Strategies for Intersectional Analyses in Queer and Feminist Rhetoric.” Peitho, vol 21, issue 2, 2018.

“Translation as (Global) Writing” (coauthored with Bruce Horner). Composition Studies, vol 44, issue 1, 2016.

Edited Collection

Crossing Divides: Exploring Translingual Writing Pedagogies and Programs (co-edited with Bruce Horner). Utah State UP, 2017.

Creative Works

“Inheritance.” The Nassau Review, 2015.

Media Appearances

“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.