Katie Arosteguy is a lecturer in the University Writing Program at UC Davis, where she has been teaching a variety of upper-division writing courses since 2011, including advanced composition, writing in education, writing in psychology, business writing, writing in the health professions, and legal writing. Her research interests include teacher preparation/education, k-12 literacy & tutor preparation, and rhetorical approaches to professional writing and writing in the disciplines. She and two of her colleagues published a book with Teachers College Press titled A Student’s Guide to Academic and Professional Writing in Education in 2019. She holds a Ph.D. in English from Washington State University, an MA and secondary teaching credential in English from California State University, Sacramento, and a BA in English and BS in Biological Sciences from the University of California, Davis.
A Student's Guide to Academic and Professional Writing in Education, with Alison Bright and Brenda Rinard. Teachers College Press, 2019.
"Bridging the Gap Between Writer and Reader: The Benefits of Considering Audience," 2016.
‘I have a kind of power I never knew I possessed:’ Transformative Motherhood in The Hunger Games.” The Hunger Games: Critical Examinations, McFarland Press, 2014.
“ ‘It Was All a Fog’: Motherhood and the Birth Experience in Mad Men.” Mad Men, Women and Children: Gender and Generation in Mad Men. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2012.
"It was a hard, fast ride that ended in the mud": Deconstructing the Myth of the Cowboy in Annie Proulx's Close Range: Wyoming Stories. Western American Literature 45.2 (2010): 117-136.
"The Politics of Race, Class, and Sexuality in Contemporary American Mommy Lit." Women’s Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 39: 5 (2010): 409-429.
“‘Things Men Must Do’: Negotiating American Masculinity in Jack London’s The Valley of the Moon.” Atenea: A Bilingual Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences 28.1 (2008): 37-54.