Jacqueline’s current research focuses on networked counterpublics’ production of multimodal rhetorics in new media spaces. For example, she has recently published work on politicized groups in Black Twitter‘s use of multimodal hashtag campaigns like #IfTheyGunnedMeDown to rebut mainstream media representations of Black victims of state violence.
She has also published a book chapter interrogating feminist debates about White Supremacist Feminism in the “Slutwalk” phenomenon. Her second book chapter compares two activist groups' approaches to organizing and advocates for "actively" intersectional movement making practices (forthcoming 2017). She is also interested in research projects about composition pedagogy, social media activism, social movements, cultural performance, public rhetorics, and/or environmental justice.