A. Sabatino, Ph.D. - Wagner College
Lindsay A. Sabatino is an associate professor of English and director of the writing center at Wagner College. She has taught courses in composition, research writing, writing intensive tutoring, digital rhetoric, multimodal composing, podcasting, and critical discourse analysis. Her research explores composing in digital environments, faculty development, game studies, purposeful tutor education, and writing studio spaces.
Lindsay is an Andrew W. Mellon Periclean Faculty Leader which involves creating humanities courses that incorporate community-based civic engagement, specifically focusing on education access and racial inequality. She is a reviewer for The Peer Review journal. Additionally, she served as a Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory (HASTAC) mentor for two scholars from 2016 to 2018. With Brian Fallon, she co-edited Multimodal Composing: Strategies for Twenty-First-Century Writing Consultations, which was nominated for IWCA’s outstanding book award. Her recent publications include “Leveling Up with Emergent Tutoring: Exploring the Ludus and Paidia of Writing, Tutoring, and Augmented Reality,” co-authored with Brenta Blevins forthcoming in Unlimited Players: The Intersections of Writing Center and Game Studies, edited by Holly Ryan and Stephanie Vie and “Turf Wars, Culture Clashes, and a Room of One’s Own: A Survey of Centers Located in Libraries,” co-authored with Maggie M. Herb in Praxis: A Writing Center Journal.