NSU's Halmos College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Writing and Communication
Juliette Kitchens teaches a range of composition courses, including courses in the undergraduate writing minor and the M.A. in Composition, Rhetoric, and Digital Media program. Her courses are designed to reflect her student-centered teaching philosophy and encourage writers to investigate their interests, communities, and (digital) environments. Dr. Kitchens’s research interests include identity studies, rhetorics of popular culture, rhetorics of technologies, and postprocess pedagogies. She has received numerous grants to support her research, including a 2015 College Composition and Communication Research Grant to investigate the construction of faculty identities. She has published in Studies in Popular Culture, and her edited collection, At Home in the Whedonverse (McFarland, 2017), won the Whedon Studies Association Book of the Year Award.