Linh Dich

Linh Dich

Associate Professor

Middletown Campus
207 Johnston Hall


  • Ph.D. in Composition and Rhetoric, August, 2012. University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  • MA in English Literature. May, 2004. Boston College
  • BA in English. July, 2001. Saint Mary's College of California

Research Interests

My research interests include digital writing and cultures, digital ethnography, Asian American studies and representations, and race formation in the United States. 

Teaching Interests

I am interested in helping student become empowered agents of change through a diversity-technology approach to teaching. I bring this method to the broad spectrum of courses I teach: Digital Rhetoric and Writing, Asian American Literature, Technical Writing, and Graduate Level courses focused on Digital Cultures and New(er) Technologies.

Selected Publications

  • "The Implications of Asian and Asian American Scholarship as a Productive, Contested Site." NCTE's Writing and Working for Change Project. NCTE, 2016.
  • "Community Enclaves and Public Imaginaries: Formations of Asian American Online Identities." Computers and Composition. Forthcoming.

Work in Progress

Currently, I am working on how transnational relationships influence identity and protest rhetoric.