Desiree Dighton is a PhD student in Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media at North Carolina State University. She has presented on using open-source tools for community and active archive building at digital humanities conferences and continues to focus her research on innovating methods and theory related to rhetorics of space, social media, and social movements. Currently, her dissertation research involves a large collection of Twitter data and analyses of narratives related to gentrification, specifically looking at how agency and identity are performed in physical and virtual spaces, such as at the intersecting landscapes of the city, sites of protest, and social media platforms.
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