Dr. Danelle Dyckhoff Stelzriede is an Assistant Professor of English and Director of First-Year Writing at California State University, Los Angles. She is a proud first-generation college graduate—the first in her family to earn a degree at a four-year university. Over the years she has been working in higher education, she has taught a wide range of courses in writing pedagogy and multiethnic American literature and has helped to develop several academic programs and global education initiatives for first-generation college students. Her research interests include spectrality and haunting in narratives of American history and culture; rhetorics of US empire; and applications of translingual and antiracist writing pedagogies in the development of writing-intensive study abroad programs for first-gen students.
Markle, Gail and Danelle Dyckhoff Stelzriede. “Comparing First-Generation Students to Continuing-Generation Students and the Impact of a First-Generation Learning Community.” Innovative Higher Education, August 2020, pp. 1-14. DOI: 10.1007/s10755-020-09502-0.
Dyckhoff Stelzriede, Danelle. “‘How do you change this tragedy of vision?”: Subversion and Citizenship in Victor Villaseñor’s Rain of Gold.” MELUS: Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States, vol. 44, no. 4, Winter 2019, pp. 20-42.
Nguyen, Shelbee, Danelle Dyckhoff Stelzriede, and Linda Lyons. “Global Citizenship in the First-Year: Making a World of Difference.” E-Source for College Transitions, vol. 15, no. 1, December 2017, pp. 13-15.
Dyckhoff Stelzriede, Danelle. “Haunted American Histories: Representing Spectral Subjects in Historical Crime Fiction.” Arizona Quarterly, vol. 73, no. 3, Autumn 2017, pp. 77-100.
Rease Miles, La’Tonya and Danelle Dyckhoff Stelzriede. “Defining the First-Generation College Experience.” E-Source for College Transitions, vol. 13, no. 2, March 2016, pp. 4-6.