Terin Tehan is a PhD candidate at the University of Texas at Dallas. She specializes in Holocaust studies and digital rhetoric, with a background in literature that embraces a multidisciplinary approach. Her dissertation focuses on how the Holocaust is depicted in digital narratives and how Holocaust representation is changing through developments in technology and shifts in how we understand culture and memory.
She combines her research interests with instructional experience ranging from grade-school to postsecondary classrooms. In her teaching, she especially strives to connect with STEM and nontraditional students, sparking appreciation for the study of history and literature in an increasingly fast-paced world.