I study rhetorics of health and medicine and technical communication at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I recently defended my dissertation, “The Empowerment Paradox: Rhetorics of Lyme Disease and the Future of Chronic Illness,” and I graduated in May 2019.

In August 2019, I will join the Department of English at University of Central Florida as an Assistant Professor in the Technical Communication program.

Sarah Singer, a brown haired woman wearing glasses, smiles at the camera.

You can reach me at sasinger[at]live[dot]unc[dot]edu and @__sarahsinger.

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