Dr. Andrew Joseph Pegoda is a professor and currently teaches at the University of Houston in the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program; in the First Year Writing Program; and in the Department of Comparative Cultural Studies.
When not teaching, Dr. Pegoda is also committed to producing (public) scholarship. He specializes in History, Philosophy of History, Cultural Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies, and Otherness, among other areas. He is currently preparing several articles, including a few about film and history and a solicited article about the History of Neurofibromatosis. On this blog, Without Ritual, Autonomous Negotiations, Dr. Pegoda writes about culture, history, philosophy, rhetoric, teaching, writing, and much more and engages in conversations with people in the process. He also posts some of his photography occasionally! (The current comment policy for this website is located here.)
Finally, Dr. Pegoda is queer/gay, genderqueer, physically disabled, and a survivor of many tumors and five surgeries. He uses these (and other) identities, in addition to his experience as an educator and scholar and global citizen, to further embrace and model diversity and acceptance.
Please enjoy your stay on http://andrewpegoda.com, share links, leave comments, and visit often! And be sure to visit my other website, https://ajpsfavs.com, which houses an ever-growing collection of important articles cataloged by topic. Thanks!
Last updated: June 2017