Linh Dich

Linh Dich

Associate Professor
Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning at Miami University's Middletown campus

Middletown Campus
Johnston 207


  • PhD in Composition and Rhetoric, August, 2012. University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
  • MA in English Literature. May, 2004. Boston College.
  • BA in English. July, 2001. Saint Mary's College of California.

Research Interests

  • Digital writing and cultures
  • Digital ethnography
  • Asian American studies and representations
  • Race formation in the United States

Teaching Interests

Linh Dich is interested in helping student become empowered agents of change through a diversity-technology approach to teaching. She brings this method to the broad spectrum of courses she teaches: Digital Rhetoric and Writing, Asian American Literature, Technical Writing, and Graduate Level courses focused on Digital Cultures and New(er) Technologies. 

Selected Publications

  • "The Implications of Asian and Asian American Scholarship as a Productive, Contested Site." NCTE's Writing and Working for Change Project. NCTE. Forthcoming.
  • "Community Enclaves and Public Imaginaries: Formations of Asian American Online Identities." Computers and Composition. Forthcoming.

Work in Progress

Linh Dich is working on how transnational relationships influence identity and protest rhetoric.