MA English (Rhetoric and Digital Humanities), Texas A&M University, 2019
BA English, Lamar University, 2017
Savannah Foreman is a first year PhD student at UNC at Chapel Hill in the English and Comparative Literature department. Her research focuses on theories of communication dealing with emotions, mental illness, and the rhetoric of health and medicine through digital, rhetorical, and neurorhetorical lenses. She hopes to further investigate the ways that emotions are communicated and translated through the body, and how this affects the ways that digital tools are programmed to identify instances of affect.
- 2018, “Edgar Allan Poe and the Detective Character.” Pulse.
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