Krystin Gollihue is a PhD candidate in the Communication, Rhetoric & Digital Media program at NC State University. Her research explores feminist approaches to critical making that account for the deeply historical and multimodal ways women have created communities of work, literacy, and communication. She holds an MFA in Poetry from the University of Alabama and serves as the Graduate Editor for the Philanthropy Journal, a program of the Institute for Nonprofits at NC State. She currently is the Extension Assistant at the DH Hill Library Makerspace, where she develops programming and curriculum around critical making.
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