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The Journal of Multimodal Rhetorics

ISSN: 2472-7318

Borders & Boundaries: North-South Relations Mapped on My Body Across Time

Elizabeth Chamberlain and Amanda Andersen

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Keywords: Menstrual cramps; student visa; PhD student; international

Categories: Visual, Sonic, Tactile, Interactive Texts as Self- and Collective Care; Reflecting on Academic (Over)work and/or Precarity; Transnationalism and Inhabiting Borderlands During the Pandemic; BIPOC Perspectives on Labor and Love during COVID

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Amanda Anderson is an MA/PhD student in Education at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Elizabeth Chamberlain was an Assistant Professor of English Writing Studies at Arkansas State University until 2021 and is now Director of Sustainability at iFixit.

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