Albracht, Lindsey

A picture of Lindsey Albracht wearing a red blazer and standing in front of a bookcase.

PhD candidate


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Lindsey Albracht is a PhD candidate at The Graduate Center. She received her BA in Communication Studies with a minor in English from Southwestern University, and an MA in English from Duquesne University. She has worked as an English as a Second Language instructor, a materials and assessment writer, a Director of Studies, and a TESOL teacher trainer in New York and France.

Lindsey’s dissertation considers the impact of community-engaged faculty development on fostering socially conscious linguistic equity pedagogies in the college-level writing and literacy classroom. She is interested in writing center pedagogy, translingualism, critical digital pedagogies, CUNY activist histories, and writing program administration.

Lindsey has co-developed and contributed to a wide variety of digital resources such as Active Learning Strategies, Teach Hybrid, Earthrise, and A People’s Guide to NYC. She co-developed the curriculum for Baruch’s Hybrid Seminar and a pilot seminar for adjunct faculty to teach active learning strategies across the disciplines. Currently, Lindsey is co-developing The CUNY Game: an open educational resource designed to teach CUNY activist histories to undergraduate students and new CUNY faculty through game-based learning.