Sarah Fischer is the Social Media Coordinator at the Eppley Institute, housed within the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community at Indiana University, and an Associate Instructor in the English department at Indiana University.
Fischer’s research explores how to use digital and social media tools to teach writing at the college level, particularly in order to advocate for racial and gender equity in higher education. Her dissertation research examines the role of multimodal composition (especially video production) in relationship to embodied composition practices. She has experience creating and managing online platforms both personally and professionally.
Fischer holds a bachelor’s degree in English, with a minor in Linguistics, from the University of Florida and is currently working towards a combined MA/PhD in English with a concentration in Rhetoric from Indiana University, Bloomington.
- Embodied Composition
- Feminist Rhetorics
- Multimodal Composition
- Multilingual Pedagogy
- Writing Center Studies