Jordan P. Woodward
PhD in English Candidate
547 Denney Hall
Areas of Expertise
- Rhetoric, composition and literacy
- Digital media
- Digital storytelling
- Place-based literacies
- Intersections of religion/spirituality and environment
- MA, English (Composition, Rhetoric and Literacy), The University of Oklahoma, 2017
- BA, Religious Studies, The University of Oklahoma, 2014
The focus of Jordan's work is to understand the formation of relationships between people, identity, and place, and listen to how these relationships are expressed in verbal, spiritual/religious, digital, written, and embodied ways. She is interested in community literacies, place-based literacies, and digital storytelling.
From 2017 to 2018, Jordan was on a Fulbright research grant in India studying communities' (and particularly women's) sociocultural, religious/spiritual, and labor relations with water. She conducted 15 digital storytelling workshops in five different states. The workshops focused on place-based narrative writing, image collection and composition, video-editing and memory mapping.
- Woodward, Jordan P. "Indigenous Activism in the Digital Sphere: A Transrhetorical Analysis of the 'Save Longhorn Mountain' Facebook Page." Negotiating Place and Space in Digital Literacies: Research and Practice, by Damiana Pyles et al., Information Age Publishing, Inc., 2019, pp. 137–153.