In this five-episode podcast, host Lauren Durham breaks down her study of tweets from the six-week period between the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett to examine the ways in which the two women are rhetorically connected.
Durham produced this podcast series for her honors thesis under the mentorship of Patrick Thomas, associate professor of English. A 2022 graduate of the University of Dayton with majors in English and communication, Durham regularly contributed to the University of Dayton Magazine and was the print editor-in-chief of Flyer News.
Submissions from 2022
Episode 1: About the Research, Lauren Durham
Episode 2: The Pop Culture Status of 'RBG', Lauren Durham
Episode 3: Opposites, Lauren Durham
Episode 4: Barrett as a 'Figure-in-Process', Lauren Durham