Chelsea Murdock

Brittain Fellow

Member Of:
  • School of Literature, Media, and Communication
  • Writing and Communication Program
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Overview

Chelsea Murdock (Ph.D.) is a Marion L. Brittain Fellow at Georgia Institute of Technology. Her dissertation, "Drawing the Lines: Indigenous American Ledger Drawings and the Decolonization of Rhetorical Knowledge Spaces," discusses the material-rhetorical presence of Native American ledger art held in local archives and displayed by national museums. Understanding ledger art as a transrhetorical material presence in and across these spaces, Murdock converses with contemporary Native American/American Indian artists to bring their voices into the project. Her forthcoming publications include work discussing the visual/material rhetorics of ledger art associated with water protector movements, ruminations on fan writing self-publication and community literacy, and the material rhetorics of the NMAI-NY's Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains exhibit. 

Education:
  • Ph.D. Composition and Rhetoric, University of Kansas
  • B.A. English, Kennesaw State University
Areas of
Expertise:
  • American Indian/Indigenous Rhetorics
  • Composition Studies
  • Cultural Rhetorics
  • Material/visual Rhetorics
  • Multiliteracies And Multimodality
  • Participatory/fan Culture
  • Transformative Works
Interests
Issues:
  • Indigenous Studies
Courses
  • ENGL-1101: English Composition I