C.L. Dangerfield is an award-winning educator with nearly 20 years of experience in the classroom. Her research aligns at the intersection of race, identity, and rhetoric–with an occasional homage to hip-hop culture. Expanding her scholarship to include more prominent considerations of gender, faith, and digital media, she seeks to interrogate spaces of oppression to offer "voice," visibility, and a renewed sense of authority to those who are often dismissed.
B.A., Speech Communication - Clark Atlanta University
M.A., Speech Communication - The Pennsylvania State University
Graduate Certificate, Writing and Digital Communication - Agnes Scott College
Ph.D. (in progress), Communication Studies - University of Memphis.