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WORCESTER — K.J. Rawson, who grew up in Putnam, has been promoted to associate professor with tenure by the College of the Holy Cross.
Rawson, of the English department, earned a bachelor’s degree in English literature from Cornell University, a master’s in English literature from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and a Ph.D. in composition and cultural rhetoric from Syracuse University.
His research interests include composition, rhetoric, digital media, feminist and queer theory, and LGBT studies. In 2016, he founded and created the award-winning Digital Transgender Archive, a publicly available database for transgender history.
External funding for his research has come from the American Council of Learned Societies and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.
His recent work has appeared in journals including Rhetoric Society Quarterly, Transgender Studies Quarterly, Radical History Review, and QED: A Journal of Queer Worldmaking.
He is a member of Outfront: A GLBT Alliance of Faculty and Staff, the Academic Governance Council, and several other committees.
He has been a member of the Holy Cross faculty since 2012.

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