B.A., Barnard College
Professor Yood is Associate Professor at Lehman and the Graduate Center, specializing in rhetoric and writing studies, the history of higher education, and contemporary literature. Professor Yood was co-coordinator of the Writing Across the Curriculum program at Lehman for twelve years, helped create the Writing in the Majors program at the College, and runs workshops in digital pedagogy and the digital humanities. As one of the Andrew W. Mellon Transformative Learning in the Humanities Faculty Fellows, she creates social-justice, humanities education projects geared to students and the general public. For further information, and a description of her current book project, see Professor Yood's personal website.
- “The Composition Commons.” Lost Texts in Rhetoric and Composition. Ed. Deborah Holdstein. MLA, Spring 2023.
- “Hyflex Faith and Teaching Fails: The Afterlife of Pandemic Pedagogy” with Alyshia Gálvez. The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, July 22, 2022.
- Public Voices: Writing Across Lehman College. Ed. Jessica Yood and Marcie Wolfe. National Writing Project, 2016.
- “Gateway to Complexity: The Adjacent Possible of Beginning Writing.” Composition Forum 30 (Fall 2014)
- “A History of Pedagogy in Complexity: Reality Checks for Writing Studies.” Enculturation (5 Nov 2013)
- “The Post-Paradigm Academy?” The Society for Critical Exchange: Proceedings of the MLA (Jan 2008)