Laura Rogers, D.A.

Bio: 

Education

D.A. in English, State University of New York at Albany

Courses Taught at ACPHS

Principles of Communication 
American Women Writers 
Crime and Punishment in Fiction and Film 
Fiction and Film 
Creative Writing
Contemporary American Literature
Writing Center Director

Research Interests

Writing Center Theory and Practice, Critical Literacy, 19th Century American Women Writers, Feminist Film Theory

Selected Publications

"Finding Our Way From Within: Critical Teaching in a Prison Writing Class". Under review: Open Words, Ed. John Tassoni and William Thelin.

"When Lifelines Converge: Voices From the Forest Creative Writing Group". Reflections: A Journal of Service Learning, Special Issue on Prison Literacies, Narratives, and Community Connections, Vol IV, no 1, Winter 2004.

"Disruptions, Differences, and Bakhtin’s Dialogic". Stories From the Center, ed. Lynne Craigue Briggs and Meg Woolbright, NCTE, 1999.

“Alice Cary,” in Nineteenth-Century American Writers: A Bio-Bibliographical Critical Sourcebook, Ed. Denise D. Knight, Greenwood Press, 1997.

Assistant Professor
Department of Humanities and Communication