Linda Kristine Neiberg
|Role at Baruch|
English (Adjunct Assistant Professor); Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Institute (Postdoctoral Fellow)
I specialize in early modern drama of Shakespeare and his contemporaries, with an interdisciplinary emphasis on body and gender studies, feminist theory, history of the English Reformation, affect theory, and cultural materialism. I have taught several courses across CUNY including first-year composition, British and American literature survey, world literature, early modern literature, and Chaucer. I am a specialist in WAC (Writing across the Curriculum) and WID (Writing in the Disciplines) methodologies.
In September 2013, I defended my dissertation, and am a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Institute, Baruch College, CUNY. I support faculty and students at Baruch’s Zicklin School of Business in its Writing Initiative, and am working on an article about designing effective writing assignments, grading rubrics, and assessment models across Zicklin’s business curriculum. I also am working on the manuscript for my first book, and a digital mapping project that focuses on early modern playhouses and their neighborhoods.
In addition to my work as a Postdoctoral Fellow, I teach Writing and Great Works of Literature courses at Baruch College.