||Associate Professor of English
Ph.D., English, University of North Carolina-Greensboro
M.A., English, Appalachian State University
B.A., English, Wake Forest University
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Composition, Rhetoric, and Pedagogy, Writing and Speaking Across the Curriculum, Feminist Pedagogy and Gender and Women's Studies, Women Writers, American Literature (including Southern and African-American), Technology-Aided Instruction
Dr. Gerald is an assistant professor of English at Winthrop. She received her Ph.D. in English from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, as well as a graduate certificate in Women’s Studies. She has taught courses in composition theory and pedagogy, rhetorical theory, women and literature, as well as courses in the Touchstone core and teacher education. Her research interests focus on the intersection of the concept of voice, writing, and feminist theory, and her work has been published in journals such as Composition Studies, Journal of Advanced Composition, Writing Lab Newsletter, and Feminist Teacher as well as a chapter in The Teacher’s Body: Embodiment, Authority, and Identity in the Academy.
Since joining the Winthrop community in 2006, Gerald has served as director of the Winthrop Writing Project, coordinator of the English Education program, chair of the University Writing Intensive Committee, and faculty sponsor for Winthrop’s student affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of English.