224 Church St SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Dr. Emily Winderman specializes in the rhetorical study of a wide range of reproductive healthcare, including birth control, family planning, abortion care, and birthing practices. She generally approaches these topical areas through the theoretical affordances of affect theory and public emotion, rhetorical history, and public address. Specifically, her work asks "what emotions do" in order to constitute, shape, and manage different publics' relationships to health.
- Ph.D.: Communication Studies, University of Georgia, 2015
- M.A.: Communication Studies, Eastern Michigan University, 2009
- B.S.: Communication & Marketing, Eastern Michigan University, 2007