Zoe Fowler joined the Norwich faculty in August 2016, teaching English Composition and Literature I and II.
Before emigrating to the U.S., Fowler worked as an academic researcher in the United Kingdom. She holds a PhD in educational research from the University of London’s Institute of Education; an MA in literature, culture, and modernity from the University of London; a post-graduate certificate in education from Goldsmith’s College; and a BA in English literature and philosophy from the University of Sheffield. She has taught English literature to high school students, research methods to undergraduate and graduate students, and basic literacy to a range of underserved communities. She has published research papers on education in the U.K. and internationally. She is the co-author of Improving Learning in College: Rethinking Literacies Across the Curriculum and has represented the U.K. at the American Educational Research Association conference in San Diego, Calif.
Fowler’s research foci include adult literacy, educational policy, and social exclusion. A writer of fiction and nonfiction, she has served as a contributing fellow at the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference.