Amanda Moulder joined NCSSM as an Instructor of American Studies and Humanities in October 2021. Prior to this, she was Associate Professor and Writing Program Director at the University of San Diego, where she taught writing and Indigenous literature courses. She earned her doctorate in English from the University of Texas, where she taught in both the Department of Rhetoric and Writing and the Department of English. She has also taught at St. John’s University Queens and the University of Kentucky Lexington. She began her teaching career as an English instructor at Raleigh Charter High School. Her research interests include writing pedagogy, Indigenous studies, code-switching and English-language dialects, and feminist historiography. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in English and American studies from the Goucher College and a master’s degree in English from the University of Texas.
BA, English and American Studies, Goucher College
MA, English, University of Texas
PhD, English, University of Texas