Noah Bukowski

Graduate Student, MA/PhD in English
Graduate Student

Pronouns:

He/him/his

Noah Bukowski is an MA/PhD student specializing in rhetoric, composition, and literacy. Through both lived experience, and burgeoning research and conference experience, Bukowski is primarily interested in how people with visible physical disabilities move through academic spaces. Bukowski applies this theory to practice through his secondary interest, writing center studies. Having worked as a First Year Writing teaching fellow during the end of his undergraduate career, Bukowski hopes to further explore the liminal spaces between the classroom and the tutorial, and how Other bodies and minds can inhabit them.

Areas of Expertise
  • Disability Studies
  • Writing Center Studies
Education
  • BA, English, University of Connecticut, 2017
  • BA, Philosophy, University of Connecticut, 2017

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Phone:
(614) 292-6065
449 Denney Hall