Margaret Lundberg, Ph.D.

Personal and Public Writing specialist
Phone
253-692-4582
Campus Box
358460
Degrees
Ph.D.
English Language and Rhetoric
University of Washington
2022
M.A.
Interdisciplinary Studies
University of Washington Tacoma
2014
B.A.
Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences - Arts, Media, and Culture
University of Washington Tacoma
2013
Introduction

As Personal and Public Writing specialist in the writing center, Margaret brings a deep interest in the identity work of personal writing. She is also coordinator of embedded tutoring (writing) and editor-in-chief of Access: Interdisciplinary Journal of Student Research and Scholarship, housed in the UW Tacoma Digital Commons. Margaret is an alumni of both UW Tacoma (AMC, 2013; MAIS, 2014) and UW Seattle (2022), with a Ph.D. in Language and Rhetoric. Her dissertation considered constructions of identity in the narratives of mature women returners within the habitus of UW Tacoma.

Publication Date Bibliographic Citation
2022

Lundberg, M. (2022). 'Inhabiting the habitus': Identity, belonging, and becoming in the narratives of mature women returners at the University of Washington Tacoma. ProQuest Dissertations Publishing.