Luke Moy

I am an impassioned writer and disability rights activist. My research focuses on how the study of fandom can benefit from a clearer perspectival emphasis on intersections of identity, bodily autonomy, and ability. Born from this emphasis, I aim to further study the relationship between fandom, disability, and how fandom is constructed and understood as a rhetorical space of power in shaping the bodies of its makeup. I love to read, cook, play the violin, and hang out with my cat.

Areas of interest: fandom studies, queer theory, postmodernism, digital identity, digital privacy advocacy, disability theory and justice, women’s and gender studies.