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Autumn M. Dodge

Assistant Professor
Education Specialties
PhD, Educational Psychology and Educational Technology, Michigan State University
MA, Monterrey Institute of International Studies
BA, English Literature;, Albion College
Autumn M. Dodge is an assistant professor of Education Specialties at St. John’s University. She earned her B.A. in English from Albion College, M.A. in TESOL from the Monterey Institute of International Studies, and Ph.D. in Educational Psychology with a specialization in Language and Literacy from Michigan State University. As a former U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer she taught English in China for two years. Her research interests include issues in literacy education and social justice, including LGBTQ inclusion, critical whiteness studies, and intersectionality. She also explores aspects of multimodal literacies, popular culture, and disciplinary literacy.

Teaching Interests

Research methods, qualitative research, disciplinary literacy, social justice.

Research Interests

literacy and social justice; LGBTQ inclusion; critical whiteness studies; and intersections of literacy, multimodality, and pop culture; disciplinary literacy.

Courses Taught

EDU
3270
THEOR & STRAT TEACH LIT & ENG
EDU
3285
RESEARCH PERSPECT IN LITERACY
EDU
3292
DISSERTATION SEMINAR
EDU
3293
DISSERTATION SEMINAR CONTINUED
EDU
7900
QUALITATIVE RESEARCH IN CURRIC