I am an interdisciplinary social sciences researcher, artist, and activist dedicated to re-imagining the socio-rhetorical, political, and affective conditions of scholarly knowledge production and exchange. I engage in values-enacted scholarship, and I am on a personal mission to contribute to collective efforts to bolster epistemological diversity and equity across academia and society as a whole. Over my term as a visiting postdoctoral research fellow at the Digital Humanities Research Hub, you’ll find me working towards this “mission” in two ways: (1) by developing a knowledge base and resource guide for unconventional and non-traditional doctoral dissertations, based on the work I completed for my PhD in Applied Linguistics and Discourse Studies at Carleton University (Canada); and (2) by launching an international participatory action study of “scholarly failures.” When I am not writing, making art, or taking care of my young family, I serve as an editorial board member and Review Editor for the journal of Discourse and Writing/Rédactologie, as well as a member of the International Editorial Advisory Board for Studies in Graduate and Postdoctoral Education. My research interests include deconstructing the affective, sociopolitical, and rhetorical dimensions of writing, multimodality, unconventional/non-traditional scholarship, text-making pedagogies and practices, and knowledge generation and sharing.