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Jordan Stouck, PhD(She, Her, Hers)
Associate Professor of Teaching
English and Cultural StudiesOn Leave Until: August 31, 2023
Composition and writing studies; scholarship of teaching and learning; Canadian and Caribbean literature.
Courses & Teaching
English, Communications and Rhetoric
Originally from Vancouver, Jordan Stouck taught in Alberta for six years before joining UBC’s Okanagan campus in 2009. She has served as Associate Dean Undergraduate Studies, First Year English Coordinator, and Director of UBC’s Centre for Scholarly Communication. In 2021, Jordan received the Provost’s Teaching Excellence and Innovation Award. Her recent research has been focused on multilingual learning and graduate writing, and Jordan has published articles in the Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Canadian Journal for Studies in Discourse and Writing, CLIO: A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History, ARIEL, and Mosaic, among others. Jordan is co-author of the textbook, Writing Today (Pearson Canada), and co-editor of Sinclair Ross’s letters, published as Collecting Stamps Would Have Been More Fun (University of Alberta).
Communications and Rhetoric at UBC
Writing Today, Canadian edition
Collecting Stamps Would Have Been More Fun
B.A. English, Simon Fraser University M.A. English, University of Victoria
Ph.D. English, Queen’s University Certificate on Curriculum and Pedagogy in Higher Education, University of British Columbia
Research Interests & Projects
My areas of expertise include composition and rhetorical analysis, with a secondary focus in Canadian and Caribbean literatures. I am particularly interested in multilingual pedagogy, blended or flexible learning, graduate writing, and in the work of authors who cross discursive and cultural boundaries.
Current projects include the ALT-2040 funded “Communications and Rhetoric Certificate and Minor,” which both develops programming in that area and studies the implementation of that programming. I am also a team member on projects investigating multilingual pedagogy within the writing classroom, and developing a land-based writing guide for Indigenous students. Please feel free to contact me with questions or expressions of research interest at Jordan.firstname.lastname@example.org
Selected Publications & Presentations
Co-author. Writing Today, 1st and 2nd Canadian editions, 2013 & 2018, Pearson.
Co-editor. Collecting Stamps Would Have Been More Fun: Canadian Publishing and the Correspondence of Sinclair Ross 1933-1986. University of Alberta Press.
Recent Peer-reviewed Articles
Stouck, Jordan & Lori Walter. “Graduate Transitions: Canadian Master’s and PhD Writing Experiences.” Canadian Journal for the Study of Discourse and Writing, 30 (2020): 264-289.
Walter, Lori & Jordan Stouck. “Writing the Literature Review: Graduate Student Experiences.” Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 11.1 (2020): 1-20.
“Complementary Learning: Piloting a Blended Format for Canadian Composition Courses.” Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 10.1 (2019): 1-20.
“The Ghosts of Canadian Criticism: History and Social Justice.” CLIO: A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History, vol. 43, no. 3, 2014, pp. 385-395.
“Abjecting Hybridity in Helen Oyeyemi’s The Icarus Girl.” ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature, vol. 41, no. 2, 2010, pp. 89-112.
Recent Scholarship of Teaching and Learning presentations
“Academic Transition and Navigation of Multilingual Students through Writing Across the Curriculum: Building Institutional Connections through Linguistically Responsive Curriculum Design.” Co-presenter. International Writing Across the Curriculum (IWAC) Conference, held online, August 2021.
“Educational Accountability in a Canadian Context: Supporting Multilingual Students through Linguistically Responsive Curriculum Design.” Co-presenter. American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting. Virtual Conference. April 2021.
“Graduate Transitions: A Qualitative Study of Master’s and PhD Writing Experiences.” Co-presenter. Canadian Association for the Study of Discourse and Writing Conference. Vancouver. 2 June 2019.
“A Sense of Belonging: Studying a Foundational Academic Literacy Course.” Co-presenter. 38th Annual Conference on the First-Year Experience. National Resource Center. Las Vegas, Nevada. 17 Feb. 2019.
“Bridging the Need: Researching a Foundational Academic Literacy Course.” Co-presenter. 38th Annual Conference. Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Université de Sherbrooke. 21 June 2018.
Co-editor, Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching (CELT), Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education conference proceedings. 2017 – present.