Lior A. Colclough
PhD: English with Rhetoric emphasis. University of Texas at Austin. In progress.
MA: English with Rhetoric emphasis. University of Texas at Austin, 2018.
B.A: Philosophy; English. Minor: Women’s Studies. University of Georgia, 2013.
““The Post-Human is Not Post-Political: Disciplinary Change Towards A Rhetorical Algorithm Studies.” Paper Presentation, 2022 RSA Conference. Hosted by Rhetoric Society of America, Baltimore, Maryland, May 26-29, 2022.
“Jamming Unethical Programs: Digital Hospitality and The Far Right.” Paper Presentation, 2020 RSA Conference. Hosted by Rhetoric Society of America, Portland, Oregon, May 21-24, 2020.
“Haunted Media and the Future of Rhetoric and Democracy.” Paper Presentation, 2018 RSA Conference. Hosted by Rhetoric Society of America, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 31-June 3rd, 2018.
“Art in the Age of Orientalist Reproduction: Japanese Cultural Studies and ‘Imitation’”: Paper Presentation, The 3rd Annual Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature Conference. Hosted by University of Minnesota Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature Department, Minneapolis-St. Paul, September 2014.
“Good, or Don’t Be: PostHumanism in Neon Genesis Evangelionand Code Geass”: Paper Presentation, AX Anime and Manga Symposium. Hosted Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation, Los Angeles, July 2014.
“The Tyranny of the Binary: On Intersexed Liberation”: Paper Presentation, 21st Annual Women’s Studies Student Research Symposium. Hosted by University of Georgia, Athens,March 2014.
“To Murder to Create: Class Consciousness in Ian McEwan’s Atonement”: Paper Presentation, Phi Sigma Delta Undergraduate English Symposium. Hosted by University of Georgia Phi Sigma Delta Honors Society, Athens, April 2013.
Consultant at the University Writing Center (UWC) at UT Austin. June 2018 through the 2018-2019 academic year.
Member of the UWC Data Team. 2018-2019 Academic Year.
Staff Member: Digital Archiving Team in the Digital Writing and Research Lab (DWRL) at UT Austin. January 2016 to May 2018.
Instructor: “Rhetoric of Israel/Palestine.” RHE 309, Fall 2021-Spring 2022 Forthcoming
Instructor:”Rhetoric of Responsibility.” RHE 309, Fall 2020-Spring 2021
Instructor:”Diversity and Inclusion on College Campuses.” RHE 306, Fall 2019-Spring 2020
Teaching Assistant: Dr. Beth Hedrick, “Survey of British Literature: Charity and Philanthropy.” E316L Fall, 2015.
Member: Rhetoric Society of America. May 2016 to present.
Member: The Eunoia Society Chapter at the University of Texas at Austin. 2015 – Present.
Committee Member: First Year Writing Forum 2020
Committee Member: First Year Writing Forum 20201
Select Scholarships and Awards:
Honorable Mention, Virginia Walters Scholarship 2013. Nominated by Dr. Adam Parkes and Dr. Michelle Ballif.
Honorable Mention, Virginia Walters Scholarship, 2012. Nominated by Dr. Adam Parkes Recipient, Franklin College of Arts and Sciences Scholarship, 2011.
Relevant Undergraduate Activities:
Panelist: Lambda Alliance Speaker’s Bureau Panel. fall semester 2010 to summer 2015.
Task Force Member and CoEditor: “Dawgs for a Women’s Center,” February to May 2014. Volunteer: Freedom University (Undocumented Students Advocacy), January 2014 to June 2015.
Fifth Annual Philosophy Undergraduate Student Conference: Chair and Coordinator, Phi Sigma Tau, University of Georgia, March 2013.
Fourth Annual Philosophy Undergraduate Student Conference: Chair and Coordinator, University of Georgia, April 2012.
Chapter President: Phi Sigma Tau Honors Society (University of Georgia), November 2011 to May 2013.
Member:Triota Honors Society (University of Georgia).
Director of Information: Lambda Alliance. (University of Georgia LGBTQ and Ally Student Organization). April 2011 to December 2011.
Member: Lambda Alliance August 2009 to December 2013. Alumni member from 2013 to present.
Links to media coverage on the 2014 AX Symposiums in Los Angeles.
Interview: with the newspaper the Red & Black Editor as Proposal Co-Editor and Transgender Representative on Task Force of a Woman’s Center. “Welcome to Exist.” interviewed by Kameel Mir. Published: Apr 21, 2014. Accessed Last: March 26, 2016.