Jordan J. Tudisco

Jordan Tudisco is a Ph.D. student in Comparative Literature. Their interdisciplinary research in literature, sociocultural linguistics, porn studies, prison studies, Black studies, and queer and trans studies examines transness at large and its relationship to narratives of the self, constraints in literary genres and linguistic forms, transphobic hate speech, trauma, and healing. In addition, Jordan is an educator and activist and conducts workshops and seminars on queer and trans issues. 

Connect with Jordan on LinkedIn and visit their website.

Read about Jordan’s summer internship with the nonprofit organization and restorative justice program, PREP.

Read Jordan’s post on the Public Humanities Graduate Fellows Blog, which discusses gender and non-inclusive survey design.

Read Jordan’s digital creative writing: Phantom and Charlotte (FR / EN)

Read Jordan’s translation of Roderick Coover’s, Nick Montfort’s and Scott Rettberg’s Three Rails Live into French for the BleuOrange online review.