Jacqueline Campbell


BA, Penn State-University Park
MA, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Jackie Campbell is a PhD candidate in the department of English. She studies 20th century American poetry and poetics, with particular interests in modernism, interwar literature and culture, and the radicalism of the 1930s. Her dissertation in progress, “Preparation for Action: The Poetry of Muriel Rukeyser,” explores the social function of poetry in the thought and writing of 20th century American poet and activist Muriel Rukeyser (1913-1980).

Jackie is the recipient of the 2022 Graduate School Teaching Award, with a special commendation for excellence in the humanities. As a McGraw Center Teaching Fellow at Princeton, she leads workshops on learning and pedagogy for new graduate instructors. Prior to joining Princeton’s English department, she taught middle and high school creative writing. Jackie’s writing on pedagogy is forthcoming in The Pocket Instructor: Writing (Princeton University Press).