Ph.D. Candidate, Wayne State University
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Marylou R. Naumoff joined the School of Communication and Multimedia Studies in the 2012-2013 academic year as a visiting instructor. She is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Communication at Wayne State University. Her dissertation explores the ways in which the United States is increasingly coming to understand itself via a hip hop sensibility as a response to a loss of faith in traditional understandings of national identity and the American dream. Her areas of specialization include contemporary rhetorical theory and criticism, critical and cultural theory, feminist theory, citizenship studies, and popular culture.