Amanda Hill is an Assistant Professor of Communication Studies at St. Mary's University. She is an artist, scholar, and educator who studies the intersections of narrative, performance, and media. She is particularly interested in vernacular practices of storytelling and the ways everyday people tell and share stories through digital media and theatre. Check out her projects and scholarship using the images and menu.
Amanda has a forthcoming book chapter titled "UpWord Mobility: The Intersection of Rhetorics, Hip Hop, and History in Hamilton: An American Musical," co-written with Sara Raffel (University of Central Florida), in the upcoming book, Media at the Intersection.
Amanda recently received the Edward and Linda Speed Faculty Research and Development Grant to fund research for her Marianist Heritage Media Project.
Amanda's article, "Telling Stories to Narrate Futures: Engaging Storytelling as Research Practice with High School Females," will appear in an upcoming Special Issue on Creativity and Creativity Enhancement of The IAFOR Journal of Psychology & the Behavioral Sciences.