Megan Marshall

Megan MarshallRank
Assistant Professor

Educational Background
PhD Literacy Education, University of Wyoming, 2015
MFA Creative Writing (fiction), University of Wyoming, 2007
University of Southern Maine, 1998

Interests and Specializations
Composition theory & pedagogy; critical theory; qualitative research methods; adolescent literacy/English Education; new literacy studies; content area literacy; YA literature; pop-culture studies; first year experience/transition of new college students

Dr. Marshall has taught composition, technical & professional writing, introductory literature, and research methods courses at the University of Wyoming as well as at community colleges in Wyoming and Maine.  Additionally, she’s served as an English Language Arts teacher (grades 5-8) in North Carolina, Wyoming, and Maine. Her publications include book chapters on YA dystopian literature and critical literacy (Sense) and Digital Writing Instruction (IGI Global), and she has presented research at LRA, NCTE, PCA/ACA, and SWPCA/ACA. She is currently serving as our Coordinator of Composition.

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Department of English
Marshall University
1 John Marshall Drive
Huntington WV 25755

Corbly Hall 346
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Monday through Friday

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