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Throughout Laura B. Hooper's career, she has transitioned from the vibrant world of lifestyle writing to the profound depths of academic research. This journey is marked by a series of publications that reflect the evolution of her interests and the broadening of her intellectual horizons. This section shares the progression of Laura's work, highlighting her shift from engaging lifestyle articles to impactful academic papers that contribute significantly to scholarly discourse.

Laura's transition to academic writing enabled her to explore a myriad of topics within the humanities, making each publication a milestone towards deeper inquiry and understanding. Below is a curated list of some of her most significant works, showcasing the diversity of her research and writing endeavors over the years.

Highlighted Publications

  • 2015: "Transitioning Narratives"

    Published in the Journal of Cultural Studies, this article marked Laura's entrance into academic writing. It delves into the interplay between personal narratives and cultural identity, laying the groundwork for her future research endeavors.

  • 2017: "The Fabric of Society"

    In her book chapter for Explorations in Social Dynamics, Laura examined the intricate relationship between societal norms and individual actions, using a multidisciplinary approach to unravel the complexities that constitute the fabric of society.

  • 2019: "Digital Dialogues"

    Her contribution to the Journal of Digital Humanities analyzed the transformative impact of digital platforms on communication and community building, providing insights into the future of social interactions in the digital era.

  • 2020: "Beyond Boundaries"

    This peer-reviewed article in the International Review of Human Rights explores the evolving landscape of human rights in the digital age, advocating for a framework that is inclusive and adaptable to the shifting societal landscapes.

Current Research Interests

Laura's current research interests focus on the intersection of digital media, culture, and society, particularly examining how identities and communities are shaped in the digital realm. Her dedication to these themes continues to drive her academic pursuits and contributions to the field.

For more detailed information about Laura's publications or to discuss potential collaborations, feel free to reach out through the contact page.