Dr. Lindsey D. Felt is a lecturer in the Program in Writing and Rhetoric at Stanford University. She received her PhD in English from Stanford University, and holds a BA from Haverford College. Before coming to Stanford, she worked as a journalist for ESPN the Magazine and

Her research interests include contemporary American literature, media culture, accessible arts curation, science and technology studies, and disability studies. She is currently researching how disabled bodies crucially shaped conceptions of electronic communication in the post-WWII era, and her article on disability, hacking and telephone switchboards appeared in Catalyst: Feminism, Theory and Technoscience. Outside her teaching and scholarship, Lindsey has co-curated exhibitions "Experiments in Art, Access, and Technology (E.A.A.T.)" at the Beall Center for Art + Technology, UC Irvine and "Recoding CripTech" at SOMArts in San Francisco. She serves as a disability and access consultant on several projects in the Bay Area.

Academic Appointments

  • Lecturer, Writing and Rhetoric Studies

Professional Education

  • Ph.D., Stanford University, English Literature (2015)
  • B.A., Haverford College, English and Art History (2006)

Current Research and Scholarly Interests

SPECIALIZATION: 20th and 21st Century American Literature, Disability Studies, Media Culture, Science and Technology Studies, Graphic Narrative, Digital Humanities, Posthumanism.