Dr. Nish's research interests include transnational feminist studies, activist rhetoric, digital media, queer theory, and cultural studies. She is currently working on a book that uses transnational and rhetorical theory to understand feminist and activist uses of social media. Prior to joining the faculty at Texas Tech, she spent four years teaching rhetoric, writing, and gender studies courses at the American University of Beirut.
- Nish, Jennifer, Kimberly A. Williams, and L. Ayu Saraswati. "Marching and Crossing Borders: A Transnational Conversation." Feminist and Queer Theories: A Transnational Reader, eds. L. Ayu Saraswati and Barbara Shaw. (Forthcoming with Oxford University Press.)
- Nish, Jennifer. "Representing Precarity, Disavowing Politics: The Exceptional(ist) Appeal of Humans of New York." Peitho, vol 20, issue 2, 2018. http://peitho.cwshrc.org/representing-precarity-disavowing-politics-the-exceptionalist-appeal-of-humans-of-new-york/
- Nish, Jennifer. "Spreadable Genres, Multiple Publics: The Pixel Project's Digital Campaigns to Stop Violence against Women." Genre and the Performance of Publics, eds. Mary Jo Reiff and Anis Bawarshi. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press. 2016.