Faculty Profiles

Susan Nagelsen

  • Adjunct Lecturer
Academic Division: Arts & Humanities

Bio

Until her retirement in June 2014, Susan Nagelsen was the director of the writing program at New England College in Henniker, NH. Unable to stay away from the classroom, she is now a professor at Curry College in Milton, MA and also teaches for Granite State College in Concord, NH. She is a senior consulting editor for BleakHouse Publishing, whose offices are in American University in Washington, DC. She also finds room in her busy schedule to serve as the associate editor and frequent contributor for the Journal of Prisoners on Prisons, a peer-reviewed criminal-justice journal published by the University of Ottawa.

Her book, Exiled Voices: Portals of Discovery, is a collection of writings by women and men in prisons across the country, gathered during her research and fieldwork and is used in writing curricula in a number of colleges and universities.

Susan has also published short fiction (Tacenda Literary Magazine, New Plains Review BleakHouse Review, IdeaGems) and poetry (The Poet's Touchstone). Her essay on higher education was published in Thought & Action, the journal of the National Education Association. Her two great passions in life are writing and education, each inextricably bound to the other.

Academic Degrees

  • MA, University of Central Florida
  • BA, Florida Technological University

Academic Interests

Social Justice, Mass Incarceration, Working with the voiceless

Courses

  • Degree Courses 2019

    • RHT 1000 FOUNDATIONS OF ACADEMIC WRITING I
    • RHT 1001 RHETORIC II