Jennifer Seaman Cook

Jennifer Seaman Cook is a published American Studies scholar, essayist, creative writer, and documentary media maker. Working at the intersections of politics and poetics, she specializes in visual and public cultures, cultural and social movements, and media and technology studies. Jennifer’s essays, poetry, and hybrid writing can be found in 3:AM magazine, Cedilla Literary Journal (Ç viii, 2014) alongside Amiri Baraka (archived at University of Montana), Lunch Ticket, PopMatters, Queen Mob’s Tea House, Salon and more. Jennifer teaches American Studies at the State University of New York at Buffalo.