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David Dooling (M.A. Missouri State University) is a doctoral student at the University of South Florida. He is currently studying topics related to identity and difference along with organizational communication.
David’s research explores the intersections of organizational hegemony and micro-political acts of agency, especially as they pertain to queer identity, resistance, and allyship. One of David’s most recent projects explores the relationship between organizational artifacts and queer worldmaking through autoethnography.
Queer Studies, Identity and Difference, Intercultural Communication, Autoethnography, Applied Communication Research
Sonia Ivancic & Keith Berry