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Jennifer Schnabel

Jennifer Schnabel

Jennifer Schnabel

Associate Professor


222D Thompson Library
1858 Neil Ave, Columbus, OH 43210

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Areas of Expertise

  • Crime fiction/popular literature and culture (19th-and 20th-century)
  • Digital scholarship support
  • Graduate student research and teaching support
  • Independent studies
  • Undergraduate research support


  • MS, Library Science, Clarion University, 2011
  • MA, English-Creative Writing, Temple University, 2004
  • BA, Journalism, Advertising, Public Relations, Temple University, 1998

Jennifer Schnabel provides research consultations and teaching and learning support for the students, faculty and staff in the Department of English. She is also the library liaison to the Department of Linguistics and to the Film Studies program. 

Selected Publications

  • Bussell, Hilary, Jennifer Schnabel, and Amanda K. Rinehart. "Meeting Graduate Student Needs: An Exploration of Disciplinary Differences." Public Services Quarterly 16.4 (2020): 213-233.
  • Schnabel, Jennifer. "Realistic Man, Fantasy Policeman: The Longevity of Ruth Rendell’s Reginald Wexford." Contemporary Women's Writing 11.1 (2017): 102-120.
  • Duffy, William, Rachel E. Scott, and Jennifer Schnabel. "Leveraging New Frameworks to Teach Information Appropriation." Rewired: Research-Writing Partnerships within the Frameworks (2016): 259-278.

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