Jamie Landau is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication and Philosophy and an Affiliated Faculty in Women’s and Gender Studies at Keene State College in Keene, NH. She is a rhetorical scholar of images/digital media, gender/sexuality, and health/medicine. Taking seriously the role of emotion/affect in social change, research methods, and pedagogy is central to her work as well. Most recently, Landau contributed to a book collection about field methods in which she develops an approach called “feeling rhetorical critics,” and she guest edited a special issue forum in a journal about rhetoric and health communication in which she co-authored an essay partially about the affect of teaching and learning. She is currently working on a book monograph tentatively titled “Familial Feelings.” Landau has previously published in Critical Studies in Media Communication, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, Women’s Studies in Communication, Argumentation & Advocacy, Communication Quarterly, and Public Understanding of Science.