Byron B. Craig

TitleAssistant Professor

DepartmentAdministration and Instructional Services

Phone336-285-4458

Fax336-334-7524

Emailbbcraig@ncat.edu

OfficeProctor Hall
Room: 224

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Byron B. Craig

Education

Ph D: Communication and Culture , Indiana University Bloomington, 2013

MA: Afro-American Studies, Indiana University Bloomington, 2003

BA: English , Wright State University, 1999


Research Interests

My research involves African American rhetorical traditions including social injustice, inequality, social movements, and digital rhetoric. Included in this is the study of how race is connected to the larger rhetorical cannon and theoretical perspectives.


Recent Publications

Craig,  Byron   Rahko,  Stephen  ( 2016).  Visual Profiling as Biopolitics: Or, Notes on Policing in Post-Racial #AmeriKKKa.  ( 3,  16,  pp. 287-295).   Cultural Studies <-> Critical Methodologies.

Craig,  Byron  Rakho,  Stephen  “From ‘Say Her Name’ to See Her Dance: Oppositional Optics and Black Feminism in Beyonce’s ‘Formation,’ in Making Lemonade: Finding Art, Activism, and Community with Beyoncé in Troubled Times, ed. Christina Baade, Marquita Smith, and Kristin McGee (Wesleyan, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 2018) (FORTHCOMING).  Making Lemonade: Finding Art, Activism, and Community with Beyoncé in Troubled Times, ed. Christina Baade, Marquita Smith, and Kristin McGee (Wesleyan, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 2018)