Instructor of English
Phone: ext. 4998
- PhD candidate, English, composition and rhetoric, The Graduate Center, CUNY
- MPhil, English, composition and rhetoric, The Graduate Center, CUNY, 2016
- Doctoral Certificate, women’s studies, The Center for the Study of Women and Society, The Graduate Center, CUNY, 2014
- MA, American and English literature, Fordham University, 2012
- BA, English writing studies, College of Saint Elizabeth, 2010
Erin Andersen is a PhD candidate in the English program at the Graduate Center. Before coming to Centenary, Andersen taught as a Graduate Teaching Fellow at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY and administered and tutored in the online writing tutor program at the College of Saint Elizabeth. Andersen is a life-long resident of rural New Jersey, but appreciates the influence of her work in New York City on her pedagogy. An avid gardener and cook, a horse owner, and a New Jersey Devils hockey fan, Andersen lives with her husband and cats.
“Making the Most and Best Use of Eggs: Producer-Consumers, Modernist Labor Periodicals, and the Rhetoric of the Farmer’s Wife.”
“From Installation to Remediation: The CWSHRC Digital New Works Showcase. Peitho, 18.1 (Fall/Winter 2015). http://cwshrc.org/newwork2015/andersen.html
Research interests include feminist rhetorical studies, periodical studies, writing center pedagogy, writing program administration, and feminist materialism. Andersen’s dissertation, “Assessing the Cyborg Center: Assemblage and Feminist Based Frameworks for Multi-Faceted Writing Center Assessment,” makes connections between writing center studies, assessment research, and feminist materialism, and examines the potentiality for assemblage-based, anti-racist and feminist assessment protocols in writing centers.