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Leeann Hunter

Leeann Hunter

Clinical Assistant Professor & Assistant Director of English Undergraduate Studies

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Leeann teaches courses in nineteenth-century literature and culture, gender studies, professional communication, and digital technology and culture. In the classroom, she emphasizes collaborative learning and community-building by introducing students to such themes as “collaborative consumption” and “invention mobs,” where students both study and practice different forms of collaboration and creativity. Her teaching interests include business in literature, gender and work, the rhetoric of advertising, collaborative consumption and production, and digital cultures.

Selected Work

Hunter. “The Family Artist: Dinah Craik and Self-Help Narratives for Women.” (Submitted for review).

Ericsson, L. Hunter, T. Macklin, E. Edwards. “Composition at Washington State University: Building a Multimodal Bricolage.” Composition Forum 33 (2016).

Hunter. “The Embodied Classroom: Deaf Gain in Multimodal Composition and Digital Studies.” Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy 8 (2015).

Hunter. “Communities Built from Ruins: Social Economics in Victorian Novels of Bankruptcy.” WSQ: Women’s Studies Quarterly 39.3 (2011): 137-152.


2018 – WSU President’s Distinguished Teaching Award

Courses Taught

DTC 101: Intro to Digital Technology and Culture
DTC 338: Social Media
ENG 101: College Composition
ENG 298: Honors Research and Writing
ENG 302: Intro to English Studies
ENG 309: Women Writers
ENG 366: British Novel to 1900
ENG 402: Professional Writing
ENG 494: Advanced Topics in Literature (Capstone)
ENG 499: Passport Program
HUM 303: Reason, Romanticism, and Revolution