Jaqueline McLeod Rogers
Department of Writing, Rhetoric and Communication
University of Winnipeg
515 Portage Avenue Winnipeg, MB R3B 2E9
Business Telephone: (204) 786-9269
Ph.D English, University of Manitoba, 1988
Masters Degree, English, Edit Site
Joint Masters Program,
University of Winnipeg/University of Manitoba, 1979
B.A. Hons. English, University of Saskatchewan, 1977
CURRENT RANK AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WINNIPEG: Full Professor
POSITION: Chair: July 2014-18
Digital Rhetorics, RHET 3152 (3) ONLINE
Inquiry and Ethnography, RHET 3132, Spring 2015
Multidiciplinary Department. 1200 (3)-001: Reading, Writing and Story-telling through Water (Walls to Bridges: Studying together at Women‟s Correctional Centre), Spring 2015
GENG-740 (new course for M.A. Cultural Studies): “Walking Winnipeg: Going Local” Winter 2013
Composing Our Winnipeg: Rhetoric of/and the City RHET 3321/3 see website http://rhetoric.uwinnipeg.ca/Jaqueline_McLeod- Rogers/Composing_Our_Winnipeg_index.htm
Forms of Inquiry in Written Communication RHET 3320/3
Professional Style and Editing, RHET 2131/3
Narrative Thinking and Writing, RHET 3255/3
The Teacher Researcher, EDUC 4003-153 (Education) experimental Academic Writing (Humanities), RHET1105/3
Academic Writing (Multi-disciplinary), RHET.1105/3
Academic Writing (Social Sciences), RHET.1105/3
Academic Writing (Extended) RHET.1105/6
Academic Writing (Transition Year Program) RHET 1105/3
Special Courses and Teaching:
-“Blogging and Ethics: Negotiating Secular Civilities” in “Is Canada Secular?” Spring Institute (Religion and Culture), with F. Green. (May 13, 2014)
-Directed Readings course: Fall 2011: RHET 3132-601, Local Language Practices: Our Linguistic Landscape, (2 students)
- Academic Writing: Begin University Successfully RHET 1105/3 (Urban and Inner city Studies Selkirk Avenue campus)
-seminar presentation, narrative inquiry approach, Research Methods (Cultural Studies) (C. Taylor, Fall, 2010)
-presented The Peopling of Winnipeg, RHET 3133/6, full year independent study 2009- 2010.
-participated as course instructor in Interdisciplinary Linguistics (E. Dawes,02.2022/3), to present “The [Growing] Role of Personal Voice and Experience in Academic Writing,” 2004-05.
-presented RHET 2150/3 as independent study, Spring, 2006.
-Adjunct Professor, Department of English, University of Manitoba, 2014-2017
-Board Member CCA, 2016-19
Research and Publication History 2010-2017: all entries included are peer reviewed
Co-authored/edited and sole author articles:
Co-edited collection (in hard cover and paperback )of original articles on Marshall McLuhan, Finding McLuhan: the Mind, the Man, the Message, University of Regina Press, May 2014, with T.Whalen and C. Taylor.
Introduction co-written with T. Whalen: “Transformations and Adaptations.” (xi-xxx).
Sole author entries:
-McLeod Rogers, J. “McLuhan and the City.” 144-63.
-McLeod Rogers J. “Conducting the Interviews: Legacy Memory/Imagination” 254-57.
McLeod Rogers, J. ”Michael McLuhan : Protecting the legacy” 258-70.
McLeod Rogers, J. ”Eric McLuhan : Living the legacy” 271-79.
McLeod Rogers, J. “Douglas Coupland: Writing McLuhan” 280-87.
McLeod Rogers, Jaqueline and Catherine G. Taylor. Across the Disciplines: Academic Writing and Reading. Toronto: Pearson, 2011. 470pp.
Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
Jaqueline McLeod Rogers and Tracy Whalen. “Staking Claims and Cultivating Local Publics: The Billboards of the CMHR” Topia. 37 (Spring 2017). 87-110.
McLeod Rogers, J and F. Green. “Mommy Blogging and Deliberative Dialogical Ethics: Being in the Ethical Moment.” Journal of Motherhood Initiative. vol. 6.1: Spring/summer 2015: 313-49.
McLeod Rogers, J. “Geopolitics in the Anti-suffrage Cartoons of American John Tinney McCutcheon and Canadian Newton McConnell: Stopping Trans-Atlantic Flow.” Peitho 17:1 Fall/Winter 2014: 31-45.
Harris, J. and J. McLeod Rogers. “Complex Alliances: A community and Insttution-Based Project for Educating Justice Involved Women.” The Annual Review of Interdiscipnary Justice Research. vol. 4 (Fall 2014): 211-233. (research cited in federal government documents).
Mcleod Rogers, J. and J. Harris. “Who’s Your Community?: Partnering to Build a Social Co-op for Aboriginal Women Transitioning from Prison” Journal of Co-operative Studies. Ed. I. Findlay. Summer 2014.
McLeod Rogers, J. “Make Room for the Internet: Moms and Teen Daughters” in Harlot: a Revealing Look at the Arts of Persuasion: Special Issue: Technology and the Family. No. 6 (2011) Online. 18 pp. http://harlotofthearts.org/index.php/harlot/issue/current
McLeod Rogers, Jaqueline. “Border Stoppings and Crossings: Teaching Writing in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.” Writing on the Edge. Special Edition: Teaching Writing around the World, Christopher Thais, guest ed. (UC: Davis) 21.1 (Fall 2010): 37-48.
McLeod [Rogers], Jaqueline. “Margaret Mead’s Coming of Age in Ethnography,” Ethnologies 32.1 (2010): 197-216.
Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters
McLeod-Rogers, J. ”Local Flaneury: Losing and Finding One’s Place.”
Environmental Rhetoric: Ecologies of Place. Peter N. Goggin ed. New York: Routledge/Taylor and Francis, 2013, 50-75. (a paperback edition of this book was just released)
McLeod Rogers, J. “Old[er] Women Writing Teachers Learning New[er] Technologies: Teaching and Trusting.” In Web 2.0.Applications for First year Composition Assignments. Claire Lutkewitte, ed. Texas: Fountainhead Press, 2012. Chapter 2, 9-26.
McLeod Rogers, Jaqueline. “Helping Students to Make Sense with The Sunflower Narrative: Experience and Memory, Change and Truth,” Revisiting the Past through Rhetorics of Memory and Amnesia. Dale Sullivan, Russell Hirst and Bruce Maylath eds. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press, November 2010: 133-144.
McLeod Rogers, Jaqueline. “A Research Methods Course for Undergraduate Students in Rhetoric and Composition: A Model” in Joyce Kinkead and Laurie Grobman, eds. Undergraduate Research in/and English Studies, Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 2010: 74-93.
McLeod Rogers, Jaqueline. “Finding Words.” In Across the Disciplines: Academic Writing and Reading. Jaqueline McLeod Rogers and Catherine G. Taylor. Toronto: Pearson, 2011: 161-68.
Peer Reviewed Book published in online version:
Two Sides to a Story: Gender in the Narrative Practices of University- and Elementary-Level Writers. Winnipeg: Inkshed Publications, 1997, 1-150. Published online winter 2016, with new introduction written on invitation from Inkshed editor Rogers Graves.
Review of Beyond Bylines: Media Workers and Women’s Rights in Canada, Barbara M. Freeman. Wilfred Laurier University Press, for Feminist Media Studies. Vol. 3. no. 5, 2013.
Review of Narrative Inquiry: Approaches to Language and Literacy, David Schaafsma and Ruth Vinz. New York: Teachers College Press, for Composition Studies 40 (1): Spring 2012: 113-115.
Co-editing Special Edition Journal, Imaginations, with A. Lauder. McLuhan and Art. Papers in peer review process ( for publication Summer 2017).
“A Life in Rhetoric and Writing, and Communications: Local and Cross Border Influences.” For Rhetor special edition, Summer 2017.
“McLuhan and the Sensorium in City as Classroom.” Journal of Media Ecology. Spring 2017.
“When Story Time is Over” with F. Green, accepted for collection on mothering older children,. May 2017.
“Local Flaneury as Fieldwork: Walking, Seeing Mapping.” CES University of Coimbra. N. Duxbury, ed. draft available on line and under review (accepted for publication, by Routledge)
Select Research Grants:
Major research Grant, UW, McLuhan in the Archives; Toronto and Ottawa.. May 2016.$6000 (complete).
Discretionary Grant. U Winnipeg. “Archival Research: Finding McLuhan and Tyrwhitt Letters in McLuhan U of T Archives.” February 2016. $1000. (complete).
University of Winnipeg Travel Grant. Feminisims and Rhetorics Conference ( “The Place of Digital Archives: McCutcheon and the Visual Iconography of Suffrage Cartoons” and Western States Rhetorics (“Learning the Local City: McLuhan’s City as Classroom.”) Phoenix AZ. October 2015, $1000.(complete).
Marsha Hanen Global Ethics and Dialogue Scholarship, with F . Green. “Parent Blogging and Privacy Ethics.” Awarded November 2015. $7000. (Active)
Travel Grant. Spring 2015. Ottawa Congress. Presenting “McLuhan and the City” from Finding McLuhan at CCA and CASDW June 2015. $1000.
This is Paradise: Art and Artists in Toronto Conference. University of Toronto.
awarded by organizers 250$ honorarium. Panel The Mediums: Marshall McLuhan & Co. and the Anti-Environments of Toronto. May 2016. see https://vimeo.com/131009395
awarded by organizers $250 honorarium.
Conference Grant, for convening (and participating in) McLuhan Symposium and Speakers, May 2015, $1000 (complete).
Discretionary Grant. For blogging and website development. January 2014. $1000.
SSHRC Connection Grant. Co-applicant, with P.I. Glenn Moulaison, for Holding Power to Account, CBC/UWinnipeg Investigative Journalism Conference (June 12-15, 2014). $22,000.
Future Fund Grant (UWinnipeg Arts) “Women Transitioning from Prison” with J. Harris. February 2014, $1000.
University of Winnipeg Travel Grant. Feminisms and Rhetorics Conference: Links: Rhetorics, Feminisms, Global Communities. Stanford CA: September 2013. $1000.
Canadian Co-op Association. “Developing a Social Co-op for Women Transitioning from Prison” $17,000. (over 2 years starting 2013). With J. Harris.
UAS (Urban Aboriginal Strategy), J McLeod Rogers, PI.“Developing a Co-op for Women Transitioning from Prison” $15,200. Spent.
University of Winnipeg Workshop Grant. “Search Conference: University Community Relations and Plans for a Co-op for Women Transitioning from Prison,” with J. Harris. $2000.
University of Winnipeg Partnership Grant, July 2012, “Mommy Blogging Ethics at BlogHer 2012.” New York, with F. Green, $1500.
University of Winnipeg Major Grant. With J. Harris. “Developing a Co-op for Women Transitioning from Prison.” $7500. April 2012.
Travel Grant, May 2012, CCA and CASRAW presentations, Congress, Waterloo, $1000.
“Interviewing Michael McLuhan,” University of Winnipeg, Discretionary Grant, $750, November 2011 (interview conducted February 2012).
President’s Innovative Fund, for “Opportunities for and Obstacles to Implementation of a Social Co-op Model for Offenders.” With J. Harris and M. Nimmo, Fall 2011, $3000.
Collaborator: SSHRC Partnership Grant application, “Pathways to Prosperity,” (with Victoria Esses, Director, Centre for Migration and Ethnic Relations, Western University, as Primary Investigator ) applied February 2011/LOI approved/funding awarded, May 2011.
U of W Travel Grant, “Immigrant Parents/Rhetoric Daughters and Intergenerational Storytelling: Bad Bridge Work.” CCCC Atlanta, April 2011, $1000.00.
Discretionary Grant, “Immigrant Parents, Rhetoric Students: Cross-Generational Language Learning,” March 2009-March 2010, $750.00.