Brooke Schreiber


Location: VC 4-284
Phone: (646) 312-4326

Brooke Ricker Schreiber began teaching at Baruch in 2016 after receiving her Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics at Pennsylvania State University. Her research interests center around issues of second language writing and global Englishes, including digital translingual writing and English as a Foreign Language writing pedagogy.  Her most recent research examines the teaching of English language writing at two universities in Serbia, considering how teachers negotiate with institutional requirements to implement innovative writing assignments and exam forms.  She has published a case study of a hip-hop artist’s digital writing practices in Language Learning and Technology and a co-authored article on improving pedagogy for multilingual students across the curriculum in Teaching/Writing: The Journal of Writing Teacher Education, and she has contributed a chapter on writing instruction and educational reform to an edited collection on writing pedagogy in post-Soviet contexts.   

Dr. Schreiber has been teaching second language writing for over ten years and has taught English as a foreign language in Russia and Serbia; at Baruch, she teaches courses in writing and global Englishes.  In her pedagogy, she emphasizes students’ use of their multiple languages as resources to draw on throughout the composing process.

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