Steph Ceraso

Steph Ceraso is a 4th year Ph.D. student in English (Cultural/Critical Studies) at the University of Pittsburgh specializing in rhetoric and composition. Her primary
research areas include sound and listening, digital media, and affect. Ceraso is currently writing a dissertation that attempts to revise and expand conventional notions of listening, which tend to emphasize the ears while ignoring the rest of the body. She is most interested in understanding how more fully embodied modes of
listening might deepen our knowledge of multimodal engagement and production.  Ceraso is also a 2011-12 HASTAC [Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology
Advanced Collaboratory] Scholar and a DM@P [Digital Media at Pitt] Fellow.

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