Breanne LeJeune

Communications Specialist

Breanne LeJeune holds an MFA in creative writing (poetry and nonfiction) from the University of Alabama and a BA in writing from Grand Valley State University where she also earned a specialization in Latin American Studies.

LeJeune is the communications specialist for all five campuses of the Department of English, in addition to the Center for Folkore StudiesCenter for the Study of Teaching and Writing, Popular Culture Studies, Project Narrative, the Digital Media Project and Literacy Studies. Before coming to Ohio State, she performed freelance editing, marketing and graphic design and worked at Western Michigan University. At WMU, she processed graduate admissions, coordinated department visits and events, designed and edited the department’s annual magazine, performed the department’s marketing and taught a writing workshop series on science writing.  

LeJeune has over eleven years of teaching experience; she has taught freshman composition, rhetoric and argumentation, modern American literature, introductory creative writing workshops and advanced poetry workshops at the college-level and tutored in university writing centers for over five years. She has also coordinated and taught in writing outreach programs for underserved middle school and high school students.

Areas of Expertise
  • Rhetoric, composition and creative writing
  • Epistemology of Inuit and Great Lakes coastal mythologies
  • Authorial ethics and the reader-writer contract
  • MFA, Creative Writing (poetry and nonfiction), the University of Alabama, 2011
  • BA, Writing, Grand Valley State University, 2007

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