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Angela Asbell

Angela Asbell

Lecturer, Lecturer


Teacher Education and Foundation



I was hired in 2005 to teach writing courses in the English Department, then began teaching Perspectives on Gender in 2007, and then Gender and Sexuality Studies (formerly Women's Studies) in 2008.

I am an artist, a zinester, and community organizer committed to collective, grassroots justice.  I was born and raised in the Inland Empire and I care very deeply about improving and evolving our community.


MA English Composition

BA English Literature Minor in Women's Studies California State University, San Bernardino


ENG 1050-1060 (Accelerated Stretch Composition), ENG 1070 (Advanced Stretch Composition), ENG 2400 (Writing in the Public Sphere), ENG 3060 (Expository Writing), HUM 3250 (Perspectives on Gender), CAL 3300 (Arts & Ideas), CAL 3400 (Interpretation & Values), CAL 3500 (The Cultures of American Childhood), CAL 3550 (LGBTQ+ Issues in the Humanities), GSS 1020 (Introduction to Transgender Studies), GSS 1030 (Introduction to LGBT Studies), GSS 4200 (Feminist Theory), GSS 4500 (Queer Theory).


Basic writing politics and pedagogy, English composition and rhetoric, gender and sexuality studies.

Research and Teaching Interests

Self-publishing, rhetoric of social justice movements, gender and sexuality studies, ethnic studies, critical literacy, cultural studies, political economy of culture.