Christina Nadler is a doctoral candidate in the sociology program at the Graduate Center, CUNY. She has also completed all work for the Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate. She has taught at Hunter College since 2008 and at Brooklyn College from 2008-2011. Some of the courses she has taught most recently include Classical Sociological Theory, Current Social Theory, and Sociology of Gender, but she has also taught courses on race, social networks, and family. For the 2011-12 school year she served as a Writing Fellow at Bronx Community College. She is currently working as the OpenCUNY Academic Digital Medium Coordinator for Organizing and Action. OpenCUNY provides Graduate Center students access to free and open source digital media. Christina’s particular role is to extend integrate action-oriented media within the OpenCUNY medium and foster connections with organizations who share OpenCUNY’s mission. Beginning in Fall 2014, Christina worked as a Instructional Technology Fellow for Macaulay Honors College, CUNY. She serves on numerous committees, including a position on the Graduate Center’s Doctoral Students’ Council from 2009-2014, and as a member of the Executive Committee from 2011-2013.
Christina served on the Cultural Studies Association’s Executive Committee from 2012-2014 and the 2014 Conference Planning Committee. She has worked as a thread editor for Lateral, the Journal of the Cultural Studies Association, which released the thread she co-edited with Megan Turner, “Queer the Noise,” in May 2014 along with her co-authored article with Megan Turner, “Between Meaning and Becoming: Some Introductory Notes on Queering the Noise”.
Her areas of interest include cultural studies, science and technology, psychoanalytic theory, post-structuralism, race, gender, animal studies, queer theory, new materialism and ontology. Christina has presented her wide-ranging work at various conferences including conferences on Feminist Pedagogy as well as the North American division of the Institute for Critical Animal Studies. Her written work is also wide-ranging and her article “Deterritorializing Disciplinarity: Toward An Immanent Pedagogy” has been accepted for publication in Cultural Studies<=>Critical Methodologies.