Erin Kathleen Bahl

Graduate Student (PhD)
Student

Erin Kathleen Bahl is a PhD student focusing on composition and digital media with an interdisciplinary specialization in folklore.  Her interests include the relationships between visual narrative and interface design; multiliteracies pedagogies in the composition classroom; and how religious groups use web spaces to represent their communal identities online.

Her work may be found in Computers and Composition, Composition Studies, and Showcasing DMAC.  In her free time, she sings with the Columbus Symphony Chorus, uses PowerPoint as an illustrating platform, and rollerblades.

 

Areas of Expertise
  • Digital Media Studies
  • Folklore Studies
  • Religion and Multimodality
  • Rhetoric, Composition, & Literacy
  • Visual Narrative
Education
  • BA, Creighton University (British Literature, minors in music and German)
  • MA, The Ohio State University, 2014