Jordana Finnegan, Ph.D.English Instructor, Honors Instructor Language Arts Division
(650) 949-7646 firstname.lastname@example.orgFoothill campusOffice:
6026 Office Hours:
Tuesdays: 10:30-11:30, Thursdays: Fridays: 11:00-11:50, and by appointment.
Additional office hours in the Teaching and Learning Center, Room 5999 on Mondays: 12:00-2:30 and Tuesdays: 1:45-3:15.
English 1S: Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays: 12:00-1:25Course information: Biography:
English 242A: Thursdays: 1:30-3:20
English 1A Online, Section 25-W
B.A. in English (Honors College), University of Oregon
M.A. in English, University of Oregon
Ph.D. in English and American Literature, University of Oregon (2005)
Certificate in the Teaching of Composition, San Francisco State University (2013)
"Note from the Field." California Northern Magazine: A New Regionalism Issue 3 (Summer/Fall 2011)
Book: Narrating the American West: New Forms of Historical Memory (Cambria Press, 2008)
Journal article: "Refiguring Legacies of Personal and Cultural Dysfunction in Janet Campbell Hale's Bloodlines: Odyssey of a Native Daughter." Studies in American Indian Literatures 19.3 (Fall 2007)
Book Review: Neil Campbell, The Cultures of the American New West. Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and the Environment (2002)
Jordana grew up near Santa Cruz, California and has also lived in Arizona, Oregon, and Washington, D.C. Both her Ph.D. dissertation and book analyze race, gender, and landscape in memoirs by diverse writers from the American West. She specializes in teaching American literature, Native American literature, and Composition, Critical Thinking, and Reading.
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