Adjunct Professor, Interdisciplinary Studies and Philosophy
Jeanine Onori Webb (she/they) is a writer and collective organizer. She teaches Interdisciplinary Studies and Philosophy at Woodbury. She holds a PhD in Literature from UC San Diego. Her research focuses include film and literature, music and literature, poetry and social movements, and race and gender in speculative fiction.
Her poetry has been published in many journals in the U.S. and abroad, including DATABLEED, Across the Margins, The Antioch Review, Jupiter 88, Lana Turner, ARMED CELL, Star*Line, ZYZZYVA, The Capilano Review, Madwoman, Etc., and many others, and her essays have been published in Tripwire: A Journal of Poetics, ON Contemporary Practice, Monstering, Harriet: the blog of the Poetry Foundation, Occupy Poetics, on the Poetic Labor Project and the Post-Crisis Poetics series.
Her poetry manuscript, Flash Paper, was a finalist for the Patient Sounds Press Book Award and for the Fonograph Editions’ Open Genre Book Prize (judged by Rae Armantrout). She’s presented at Comic-Con San Diego. She’s also worked in physical labor, as a Special Collections Archivist, and in visual arts fields as an Art Registrar, and as an art exhibition catalogue Editor for major museums. She also enjoys snorkeling, coin operated carwashes, funk music, chamangos, and all the amazing things Woodbury students create.
PhD Literatures in English, University of California, San Diego, 2020
M.A. English, Creative Writing, University of California, Davis, 2008
B.A. Literature, College of Creative Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2004
Minor: History of Art and Architecture in the College of Letters and Science