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About Juliette Lapeyrouse-Cherry, PhD

Juliette Lapeyrouse-Cherry is an Assistant Professor of English in the Department of English and International Languages at St. Catherine University. Her research interests include rhetorics of extraction on the US Gulf Coast and pedagogy at the intersection of writing studies and the emergent environmental humanities. She teaches courses in digital composition, environmental literature, and in the interdisciplinary Core curriculum.

Positions

2020 - Present Assistant Professor, St. Catherine University English
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2019 - 2020 Faculty, Minneapolis College ‐ English
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2019 - 2019 Community Faculty, Metropolitan State University ‐ School of Communication, Writing, and the Arts
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Professional Service and Affiliations

2015 - Present Member, Rhetoric Society of America
2014 - Present Member, Conference on College Composition and Communication
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Courses

  • ENGL 3360W - Professional Writing
  • ENGL 1905W - College Writing
  • ENGL 2280W - Literary Themes: Environmental Humanities
  • ENGL 3340 - Writing in the Digital Age
  • CORE 1000W - The Reflective Woman

Education

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2019 PhD, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities ‐ Rhetoric and Scientific and Technical Communication
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2014 MA, University of Louisiana at Lafayette ‐ English: Rhetoric and Composition
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2012 Certificate, University of Louisiana at Lafayette ‐ Secondary Education: Mathematics
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2009 BA, Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College ‐ Philosophy
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