Genevieve joined the UAlbany faculty in 2022 as a Writing and Critical Inquiry Program lecturer. She previously taught for several years at the College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York, where she also served as a professional tutor in the college's Writing Center.
Genevieve has taught courses in first-year writing, contemporary women's literature, public speaking and literary studies. She is interested in developing diverse, inclusive curricula, as well as diverse writing and literature classrooms, and helping student writers find their own unique voices.
Research Interests: Gender and women's studies, contemporary drama, diverse voices in literature, contemporary fiction, true crime narratives, memoir, pop culture
Course Description: This course will examine writing, analysis, and inquiry through the lens of true crime media, which has experienced a surge in popularity over the last several years. Topics include: true crime media ethics; misinformation and disinformation in true crime media; the phenomenon of the “citizen detective;” Missing White Women Syndrome and how true crime media portrays (or ignores) marginalized communities; and our roles as true crime consumers. Our class will explore these themes by reading academic and popular news articles, listening to podcasts, and viewing documentaries/docuseries about true crime.