Ph.D. Wayne State University 2001
Research Interests: Communication across difference; ethnographic and feminist methods for research and teaching; digital literacies, emotion and rhetoric, and writing center dynamics
Publications: Her work has appeared in Computers and Composition, Composition Studies, Oral History, Feminist Teacher, and in Digital Writing Research: Technologies, Methodologies, and Ethical Issues (2007).
Dr. Chandler also has published a book, New Literacy Narratives from an Urban University: Analyzing Stories about Reading, Writing, and Changing Technologies, under contract with the Hampton Press Series on New Dimensions in Computers and Composition. This book includes essays co-authored by Kean University students (Angela Castillo, Maureen Kadash, Molly D. Kenner, Lorena Ramirez, and Ryan J. Valdez).
Teaching Specialities: College Composition, Writing Studies, New Media, Writing Center, and Creative Nonfiction