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Jennifer Campbell

Jennifer Campbell, Ph.D
Associate Professor of Writing Studies, Rhetoric and Composition

B.A. University of Vermont
M.A. Georgetown University
Ph.D. Brown University

Contact Information
GHH 235
Areas of Expertise: 
First-year composition, Pedagogy, Public Rhetoric, Critical Discourse Analysis, American Literature, Western philosophy

Dr. Campbell teaches courses throughout the Writing Studies program, including Introduction to Academic Writing, Expository Writing, and Critical Writing for the Social Sciences and Humanities.   For the Writing Studies minor, “Public and Professional Writing,” she offers “Advancing Public Argument:  Citizens Reading Rhetoricallly.”  Whenever possible, Dr. Campbell encourages students to think through the ways concepts about writing can be applied to their own areas of interest and study.

Elsewhere on campus, Dr. Campbell serves on the Faculty Senate Diversity Committee and the Birss Committee for the celebration of American Literature, and is an elected faculty representative on the Living Learning Community (LLC) committee.   She regularly teaches Core 104, and is engaged with general education reform.