Roshaya Rodness is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Cinema & Media Studies program at Boston University. Her current project, ‘Cinematic Indifference: Queerness, Difference, and Conflict under the Lens’, develops an existential-aesthetic theory of the film camera’s automatism as a queer encounter with human activity. Her research has appeared in Canadian Literature, Chiasma: A Site for Thought, World Picture, New Centennial Review, Criticism, and the Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies on topics that include queer theory, contemporary literature, cinema, dreams, post-continental philosophy, and stuttering. Her writing can also be found in Salon.com and The Conversation. She is the recipient of the 2020 Jeffrey and Sandra Lyons Canadian Film Scholarship.
“Stutter and Phenomena: The Phenomenology and Deconstruction of Delayed Auditory Feedback.” Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies vol. 5, no. 2, December 2020, 197-213. Available here ↗︎