Jacob Richter is a writing instructor in the English departments at SUNY Cortland and Onondaga Community College in upstate New York. His interests include digital rhetorics, composition studies, civil disobedience and activism writing, political theory and ecocriticism. He is a graduate of the English MA program at the University at Buffalo, where he recently completed his comprehensive MA thesis “Birth of the Authors: Digital Collaboration, Electrate Invention and the Dissenting Voice.”
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Outside of the classroom, he enjoys hosting wine tastings at a Cayuga Lake winery, hiking with his labrador and pretentiously Yelping high-brow coffee shop reviews. He is an avid writer, his primary genres being email and apology notes. To contact Jacob, email Jacob.firstname.lastname@example.org.