- Graduate Student / Research Assistant
- Vanderbilt University
Don Rodrigues is a doctoral student in English at Vanderbilt University. He currently serves as the HASTAC Scholar for Vanderbilt's Curb Center for Art, Enterprise, and Public Policy and as research assistant to Professor Jay Clayton of Vanderbilt's English Department. His research interests include European intellectual history, theories of logic and identity, gender and sexuality, and contemporary digital and popular culture. He holds an MA from the University of Rhode Island, where he taught courses for the Department of English and the Department of Writing and Rhetoric; he also earned a triple BA (English, Studio Art, Philosophy) while at URI.