Madeline Lane-McKinley
  • Title
    • Lecturer
  • Division Humanities Division
  • Department
    • Writing Program
  • Affiliations Writing Program
  • Phone
  • Email
  • Office Location
    • Kresge College Academic Building, 218
    • Kresge 218
  • Office Hours FALL '22: Wednesdays 12-2 or by appointment (ZOOM)
  • Mail Stop Writing Program
  • Faculty Areas of Expertise Cultural Studies, Critical Theory, Feminist Studies, Writing, Film and Politics, Literature, Marxism
  • Courses Writing 2: Writing and the Critique of Everyday Life (Rhetoric and Inquiry); Writing 2: Writing About Films About Writing (Rhetoric and Inquiry); Writing 2: Contemporary Dystopian Film and Culture (Rhetoric and Inquiry); Writing 2: Investigative Journalism (Rhetoric and Inquiry); Writing 1: Introduction to Journalism; Writing 1/1E: Writing the Personal is Political; Writing 1/1E: Writing About Comedy; Writing 1: Taking Television Seriously; Porter 80A: Composition, Creative Inquiry, and the Arts; Literature 61W: Reading For Utopia (Critical Theory and Research Methods)

Biography, Education and Training


PhD, Literature, University of California, Santa Cruz (2016)

MA, Literature, University of California, Santa Cruz (2010)

BA, English, University of Chicago (2007)



2016-present: Lecturer, Writing, UCSC

2014-2016: Graduate Student Instructor, Literature and Writing, UCSC

2008-2014: Teaching Assistant, Literature, UCSC