RESEARCHER & TEACHER OF RHETORIC, WRITING, & public sphere issues
Dr. Jacqueline Schiappa is a Postdoctoral Writing Fellow at Macalester College's Jan Serie Center for Scholarship and Teaching. She completed her PhD in Rhetoric, Scientific and Technical Communication from the Department of Writing Studies at the University of Minnesota.
Jacqueline teaches introductory, advanced undergraduate, and graduate courses across disciplines in the humanities, primarily teaching subjects in rhetoric, writing, and communication with focuses on civic agency in public life. She also frequently teaches academic writing courses for multilingual students, developmental writers, and first generation students. She has earned several competitive teaching awards and research-based fellowships in academic settings, and regularly contributes to curriculum development, assessment, and training projects. Click here to see what classes Jacqueline teaches and explore samples of student evaluations.
In addition to research and teaching, Jacqueline develops and supports projects on Writing Across the Curriculum, Digital Storytelling, Writing Enriched Curriculum, faculty development workshops on writing and curricular mapping, and pedagogical resource websites (like this one). She also develops writing tutoring curriculum and trains college writing tutors. Click here to learn more about her pedagogical project work.
Her forthcoming (2018) book chapter advocates "active" intersectional approaches to social movement organizing and activism. Schiappa's previous scholarly publications address intersectionality in the Slutwalk movement (2015), and the impact of multimodal hashtag campaigns in the networked counterpublic known as Black Twitter (2014). Click here to learn more about Jacqueline's research.