AJ's research explores the intersections of gender, race, and sexuality in twentieth century British narratives of violence. She is especially interested in the aesthetics of violence and stylization of the body. Her most recent project deals with the role of technologies of motorization on early twentieth century masculinities, particularly as they are expressed through men's fashion. As a First Year Composition instructor, AJ has worked to incorporate both technology and pop culture into her classrooms as pedagogical tools that facilitate both student engagement and collaboration. Her interest in technology, in particular, is focused on its utility for creating interdisciplinary collaboration among faculty and an engaging, multi-modal learning environment for students.