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Kathryn Wymer

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Associate Professor
(919) 530-7110
(919) 530-7991
333 Farrison-Newton Communications Building


Assessment Coordinator, Department of Language and Literature
College of Arts and Sciences Curriculum Committee
FHI-NCCU Digital Humanities Lab Liaison
University Honors Program Faculty
Women's and Gender Studies Faculty


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Selected Publications

1. Carella, K. , & Wymer, K. (2019). ‘You want me to surrender my identity?’ Laura Jane Grace, transition and selling out. Punk & Post Punk, 8, 193-207.
2. Carella, K. , & Wymer, K. (2019). ‘Tonight we’re gonna give it 35%’: expressions of transgender identity in the early work of Laura Jane Grace. Journal of Gender Studies.
3. Wymer, K. , & Fulford, C. (2019). Students as Co - Producers of Queer Pedagogy. Journal of Effective Teaching in Higher Education, 2, 45-59.
4. Wymer, K. (2016, June 3). It’s Time to Speak Up for Your Gay and Transgender Students. The Chronicle of Higher Education.
5. Wymer, K. , & Fulford, C. , & Baskerville, N. , & Washington, M. (2012). Necessity and the unexpected: SoTL student-faculty collaboration in writing program research. IJ-SOTL, 6.
6. Wymer, K. (2012). A Quest for the Black Knight: Casting People of Color in Arthurian Film and Television. The Year’s Work In Medievalism.
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