Literary analysis, discourse analysis, feminist intersectional parenting theory, motherhood and breastfeeding, sociolinguistics, intersectionality and international students
Christina Michaud has been a full-time instructor in the Writing Program since 2003. She teaches WR 097 and WR 098, the ESL writing classes mainly for first-year international students, as well as WR 100 and WR 150 sections on women’s studies. She has co-authored an ESL pronunciation textbook, a TESOL teacher-training book on goal-driven lesson planning, and numerous articles and presentations in the areas of TESOL, applied linguistics, and teacher training. Broadly, her research interests span composition and rhetoric, language and literacy, feminist literature, and gender studies.