Associate Professor &Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) Coordinator
B.A., Barnard College
Professor Yood's scholarship and teaching look at writing in our culture, and how it intersects with epistemology, politics, education, technology, and pedagogy. In addition to teaching a variety of undergraduate writing courses, Professor Yood also teaches contemporary literature and M.A. and Ph.D. courses in literary, rhetorical, and composition theory and practice. She has been a co-coordinator of the Writing Across the Curriculum program at Lehman since 2000 and helped create the new Writing in the Majors program at the College. For further information, see Professor Yood's personal website.
- Public Voices: Writing Across Lehman College. Ed. Jessica Yood and Marcie Wolfe. National Writing Project, 2016.
- “Gateway to Complexity: The Adjacent Possible of Beginning Writing.” Composition Forum 30 (Fall 2014)
- “A History of Pedagogy in Complexity: Reality Checks for Writing Studies.” Enculturation (5 Nov 2013)
- “The Post-Paradigm Academy?” The Society for Critical Exchange: Proceedings of the MLA (Jan 2008)