Andrea Quaid

Andrea Quaid
Master of Arts in Teaching
 

Andrea Quaid’s work focuses on pedagogy, poetry and poetics, and feminist studies. She is co-editor of Acts + Encounters, a collection of works about experimental writing and community, and Urgent Possibilities, Writings on Feminist Poetics and Emergent Pedagogies. She is series co-founder and editor of Palgrave Studies in Contemporary Women’s Writing. Her work appears in albeit, American Book Review, BOMBlog, Entropy, Feminist Spaces Journal, Jacket2, Lana Turner, LIT, Los Angeles Review of Books, Manifold and Syllabus. With Harold Abramowitz, she curates RAD! Residencies at the Poetic Research Bureau. She teaches in the Bard College Language & Thinking Program and the Bard College Institute for Writing and Thinking. She also teaches in the Critical Studies Department at California Institute of the Arts. She co-founded and directs the non-profit organization, Humanities in the City, which hosts public programs focused on education equity and the transformational power of interdisciplinary humanities study in classrooms and communities. (B.A., M.F.A., Antioch University, Ph.D. University of California Santa Cruz)