Rachel E. Molko
NULab Fellowmolko.firstname.lastname@example.org Rachel E. Molko's Twitter
Rachel wrapped up her M.A. in Writing and Rhetoric at University of Central Florida and is now a first-year Ph.D. candidate with NEU's English Department. Her thesis, "Rewriting Patriarchal Norms in Academia: Invitational Rhetoric in a Crowdsourced Survey," explores how the artifact served as a feminist discursive space by showcasing narratives that counter the status quo in academic workspaces. She plans to continue exploring feminist rhetorical practice throughout her time at Northeastern.
NULab Fellowhanyu@chwe.net Hanyu Chwe's Twitter
Hanyu is a first year PhD student working both in the LAZER Lab and with Professor Donghee Jo. He graduated with a degree in Economics and Political Science from Swarthmore College in 2016. He is interested in texts, maps, social networks and broadly exploring the interdisciplinary nature of network science.
NULab Fellowjohnson.email@example.com Laura Johnson's Twitter
Laura Johnson is a first-year Ph.D. student in the English Department. She graduated with a B.A. in English Literature from Pacific Lutheran University and her research interests include digital humanities, gender and sexuality studies, and representation in archives and literature. As a recent transplant from the west coast, she can be found exploring Boston's historic streets in search of the perfect cup of tea and reading spot.