Diana Rose Humble
Diana Humble is a Ph.D. student at the University of Memphis in the Department of Communication and Film. Her Master's level research used individual interviews to examine the connection between experiencing sexual violence and fantasizing about rape. Her research interests include health communication, narrative reclamation, patient-provider interactions, anti-obesity rhetoric, trauma communication, psychology, and fanfiction. In her free time, she writes and publishes poetry, tends to her houseplants, and plays with her shelter dog—Halle.
M.A. in Communication Studies, The University of South Dakota
B.A. in Communications (digital media, public relations, graphic design, and journalism emphases) and Creative Writing, English minor, Honors College, Summa Cum Laude, Waldorf University