Jennifer Borda

Associate Professor of Communication

Jennifer Borda is an associate professor of communication, specializing in rhetoric, feminist studies, and democratic deliberation. She is author of Women Labor Activists in the Movies: Nine Depictions of Workplace Organizers, 1954-2005 (McFarland Publishers, 2010) and co-editor of the anthology The Motherhood Business: Consumption, Communication, and Privilege (University of Alabama Press, 2015).

She received a UNH Center for the Humanities fellowship in 2014 for her current research, which focuses on how discourse and ideologies about women, work, motherhood, and identity have been constructed and challenged through the mass media and online deliberation.

Expertise: 
Women
Feminist criticism
Work and motherhood
Rhetorical studies
Department/College: 
College of Liberal Arts
Communication
Phone: 
603-862-3709