English @ OU

Composition: History & Theory: 1990 - 1999

Jacqueline Jones Royster

Description

Jacqueline Jones Royster is currently a Professor of English and of African-American and African Studies at Ohio State University. She previously taught at Spelman College and Clayton State College. She received her BA (1970) in English from Spelman College and her MA (1971) and PhD (1975) from the University of Michigan. She has numerous publications and awards including: Traces of a Stream: Literacy and Social Change Among African American Women (2000); with Ann Marie Simpkins Calling Cards: Theory and Practice in the Studies of Race, Gender, and Culture (2005); Mina P. Shaughnessy Prize (2001); and CCCC Exemplar Award (2004). 

Author

Lydia McDermott

Date of Upload

11/3/09

Back to: CIFER Home

Computers
Discussion
The Essay
Grammar
In-class Writing
Literary Topics
Movement
Composition: History & Theory
Research Projects
Rhetoric
Syllabi
Visual Rhetoric
Pedagogy
Journals
Job Search