Leslie R. Anglesey

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Leslie R. Anglesey (she/her) is assistant professor of professional and technical writing in the Writing Studies Program at Saint Mary's College of California. 

Previously, she was assistant professor of rhetoric and composition in the Department of English at Sam Houston State University, where she co-directed the first-year writing (ENGL 1301 and 1302) and Integrated Reading and Writing (INRW) 0014 programs.

Dr. Anglesey's research interests focus on accessible health communication, rhetorics of health and medicine, accessible composition pedagogy, and mentorship. She is a co-founder of Disabled Campus Community, an disability-focused employee resource group at SHSU. She is a co-editor of Standing at the Threshold: Liminality and the Rhetoric and Composition TAship (Utah State UP, 2021) and Threshold Conscripts: Rhetoric and Composition Teaching Assistantships (WAC Clearinghouse, 2023). Her work has also appeared in College Composition and Communication, Prompt: A Journal of Academic Writing Assignments, and The Peer Review, and in multiple edited collections on rhetorics of health and medicine.

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Standing at the Threshold is available through Utah State UP and Amazon.

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Threshold Conscripts is available as an open access book through WAC Clearinghouse.