Jeanine Staples is Associate Professor of Literacy and Language, African American Studies, and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the Pennsylvania State University. She focuses on dismantling supremacist patriarchies through research, teaching, and coaching. As a sociocultural literacist, Dr. Staples works to understand personal and public voices and stories to solve personal and public problems. She does this by researching the evolutionary nature and function of literacies and texts through the discourses of narrative research. Her work exposes the roots and effects of racism, sexism, and ableism. Dr. Staples earned her bachelor’s degree in English literature and Urban Education from Howard University, a Master’s degree in Teaching and Curriculum from Harvard University, and her Doctorate in Literacy and Language, with distinction, from the University of Pennsylvania. Her research has been peer-reviewed and published internationally. In addition, her teaching has been nationally acclaimed. She is a sought-after scholar, educator, and coach and has received numerous awards and honors for her talents and professional contributions to the field of literacy studies. She is a survivor of multiple terrors in love.
Thought I"d send you an email anyway to say "thank you" and to tell you how much I appreciate your station and I will miss listening on my phone because Saturday is my big BBS Radio day and I don't like to be tethered to my computer as I do my chores around the house. I'll just have to live with it until it gets sorted out. Ha!! :))
Thank you again for all the great radio programming that you provide. It keeps me connected to an alternative perspective of what is happening on the planet.....and who doesn't need that in the midst of all the craziness?