Jordan Stouck

Dr. Jordan Stouck
Senior Instructor, Composition
Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies
The University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campua
CCS 366, 1148 Research Road
Kelowna, BC V1V 1V7

T: 250-807-9663
F: 250-807-8543
E: jordan.stouck@ubc.ca

Originally from Vancouver, Jordan Stouck (PhD Queen’s, MA University of Victoria, BA Simon Fraser University) taught in Alberta for six years before joining UBC, Okanagan campus, in 2009. I teach academic writing with a focus on genre theory. This approach pursues my doctoral work on creolization as both a linguistic and cultural process. My recent research has been focused on how Canadian and Caribbean writers negotiate conflicting discourses, as well as on the scholarship of teaching and learning. I have published articles in the Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies, Canadian Review of American Studies, Journal of Caribbean Literatures, ARIEL, and Mosaic, among others. A collection of Sinclair Ross’s letters, Collecting Stamps Would Have Been More Fun, which I co-edited, was published by the University of Alberta Press in 2010 and I am co-author of the 2013 textbook, Writing Today, Canadian edition 

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