Amy Reddinger

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Amy Reddinger

Associate Professor
English

L-115

amy.reddinger@uwc.edu
(715) 735-4300 x4321
Office Hours / Schedule 

 

Monday

1pm – 1:50pm          ENG 099: Writing Studio      Library

2pm – 2:50pm          ENG 099: Writing Studio      Library

 

Tuesday

8am – 9:15pm           ENG 101: College Writing    L-101

9:15am-10am           Office Hour                            L-115

10am-10:50am         ENG 099: Writing Studio      Library

11am-11:50am         LEC 100: College Reading    M-109*

1:30pm-2:45pm       GSW 203: Popular Culture  M-110

  

Wednesday

 1pm – 1:50pm          ENG 099: Writing Studio      Library

2pm – 2:50pm          ENG 099: Writing Studio      Library

 

Thursday

8am – 9:15pm           ENG 101: College Writing    L-101

9:15am-11am           Office Hours                           L-115

11am-11:50am         LEC 100: College Reading    M-109*

1:30pm-2:45pm       GSW 203: Popular Culture  M-110

Statement 

Dr. Reddinger joined the UW-Marinette faculty in the fall of 2007. Previously, she directed a writing program and taught as a graduate assistant in the English Department at the University of Washington in Seattle. She has published several articles about a range of topics including teaching women’s studies, James Baldwin’s novel Another Country, and cookbooks from the 1950s and 60s. She is currently working on a book about social change as reflected in 20th century cookbooks.

At UW-Marinette “Dr. A.” teaches a wide range of courses that include writing, literature, and women’s studies. She is also the advisor of the Gay-Straight Alliance and the Multicultural Club. She also serves as the chair of the Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies Program for the UW Colleges.

Dr. Reddinger received the Professor of the Year award for 2008-09 and again in 2015. In June of 2013, she received promotion to Associate Professor and tenure in the UW Colleges. In August of 2014, Reddinger was named the recipient of the Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching for Faculty. 

Education 

PhD, University of Washington
MA, University of Washington
BA, Bryn Mawr College