Faculty and Instructors

Faculty

Collin Cook
Collin Cook
Lecturer, University Writing Program
Rabb Graduate Center 218
  • Sports, Money, and Power (UWS 66b)
  • Travel and Self-Discovery (UWS 66a)
Paige Eggebrecht
Paige Eggebrecht
Lecturer and Faculty Advisor to the Writing Center
Rabb Graduate Center 223
  • UWS 56b "Tracking the Digital Self"
  • UWS 9a “Crowded Futures: Population Horror in Dystopian Film”
  • UWS 10a “Like, but not Like: Uncanny Futures of Sci-Fi”
  • UWS 25a “The Good, the Bad, and the Slimy: Aliens of Sci-Fi
  • ENG 55a "Smoke and Brick: Working-Class Literature of the Mechanical Age"
Katrin Fischer
Katrin Fischer
Lecturer, University Writing Program
781-736-5850 Rabb Graduate Center 216
  • Bodies of Evidence: Forensic Science in Fact and Fiction (UWS 17B)

  • Storytelling in Business (UWS 43A)

  • Environmental Justice (UWS 52B)
Allison Giannotti
Allison Giannotti
Lecturer, University Writing Program
781-736-2137 Rabb Graduate Center 226
  • Public Health Writing with Data (UWS 50b)

  • Professional Writing in the Sciences (UWS 51a)
Laura Heath-Stout
Laura Heath-Stout
Lecturer, University Writing Program
Rabb Graduate Center 218
  • UWS Dystopian Worlds (UWS 33a)

  • UWS Diversity and Justice on Campus (UWS 67a)

elissa jacobs
Elissa Jacobs
Senior Lecturer, University Writing Program
781-736-2168 Rabb Graduate Center 224
  • Darwinian Dating: The Evolution of Human Attraction (UWS 2b)

  • The Biology of Morality (UWS 37a)

Ethan King
Ethan King
Lecturer, University Writing Program
Rabb Graduate Center 213
  • The Resistance Mix-Tape: Music and Social Justice (UWS 64B)

  • Everyday Apocalypse; or Living Through the Long Emergency (UWS 65A) 

doug kirshen
Doug Kirshen
Lecturer and Administrator, University Writing Program
781-736-4006 Rabb Graduate Center 214
  • Composition Seminar (CSEM-01A)
  • Sex and Advertising (UWS-16A)
  • Coming to America (UWS-65A)
Laura Kremmel
Lecturer, University Writing Program
781-736-2137 Rabb Graduate Center 227
  • Going Viral (UWS 63B)

  • Culture and Illness (UWS 64A)
joshua lederman
Joshua Lederman
Lecturer, University Writing Program
781-736-2571 Rabb Graduate Center 217
  • Composition Seminar (CSEM-01A)

marsha nourse
Marsha Nourse
Lecturer, University Writing Program
781-736-3318 Rabb Graduate Center 215
  • Music, Protest, and Social Change in the 1960s (UWS67b)
  • Reading and Writing Boston (UWS 34a)

  • Environmental Literature: Ecocriticism and Writing (UWS 45b)

  • Composition Seminar (CSEM-01A)
Scott Moore
Scott Moore
Associate Director, English Language Programs
781-736-2628 Rabb Graduate Center 372

Courses Taught

  • Composition Seminar (CSEM)

 

Amanda Presswood
Amanda Presswood
Lecturer, University Writing Program
Rabb Graduate Center 222
  • "Bad" English (UWS 20B)

  • Body Obsession and Representations of Bodies in the Media (UWS 60A)
lisa rourke
Lisa Rourke
Director of First-Year Writing
Assistant Professor, University Writing Program
781-736-2739 Rabb Graduate Center 225
  • Stories of Illness (UWS 1a)
  • Medical Ethics (UWS 4a)
  • Business Ethics (UWS 13b)

Instructors

Jared Berkowitz
PhD Candidate, History
  • The American Dream (UWS 08B)

Shirah Malka Cohen
Shirah Malka Cohen
PhD Candidate, Near Eastern and Judaic Studies
  • Anime and Cultural Identity (UWS 62B)

Rachel Dale
PhD Candidate, English
  • Time Travel (UWS 61A)

Emiliano Gutiérrez Popoca
Emiliano Gutiérrez Popoca
Co-Director, University Writing Center
PhD Candidate, English
Goldfarb Mezzanine 232
  • Monstruos, Demonios y Sueños: Latin-American Fantasy in Short Stories and Films (UWS 36a)

James Heazlewood-Dale
James Heazlewood-Dale
PhD Candidate, Musicology
  • Video Games, Gamers, and Gaming Styles. (UWS 62A)
Reza Pourmikail
Reza Pourmikail
Co-Director, University Writing Center
PhD Candidate, English
Goldfarb Mezzanine 232