Jaqueline McLeod Rogers

Rhetoric, Writing, and Communications

Jaqueline McLeod Rogers Title: Department Chair
Office: 3G13
Building: Grahaml Hall
Phone: 204.786.9269



Dr. Jaqueline McLeod Rogers is a feminist scholar with a long-term commitment to developing and promoting writing- and language-based education courses responsive to issues of culture and place. She teaches “Composing Winnipeg: Rhetorics of/and the City,” which deals with place-making practices, diversity, mobilities, and the tenacity of a localized “sense of place” that thrives even as it adjusts to the global flow of people and things. Her central research interest in urban rhetorics aims at developing the language of relationship and revealing complex relational networks—revealing the writing self in social and material contexts, amidst a spinning web of relational ties. Much of her research is collaborative, such as studies that take up questions about how digital media affects our scholarly and cultural practices; a book project that links McLuhan to contemporary communications theory and practice; and an alliance-building project to support the learning of women transitioning from prison.

CTV Morning Live Interview:

Winnipeg’s Top 5 Newsmakers of 2015


FALL, 2017

RHET-3152-760 Digital Rhetorics

WINTER, 2018

RHET-3321 Composing Our Winnipeg: Rhetoric Of/And the City