Prof. Christen Madrazo is a full time writing instructor who teaches writing composition and literature.
Christen Madrazo completed her MA in English at Seton Hall University (summa cum laude) after receiving her BA in English with minors in Gender Studies and Sociology at Wagner College (magna cum laude). Her focus at Seton Hall is writing composition; she teaches Business Writing, Introduction to Writing, Basic Skills Writing Workshop and Introduction to Literature: Literature and the Human Psyche. She tutors reading, writing, and ESL for all levels both privately and at the Seton Hall Writing Center.
Having also studied in NYC at The New Actor's Workshop and HB Studios, Christen is actively involved in linking theatre to teaching and writing. She recently returned from Ecuador with Dramatic Adventure Theatre, NYC where she taught English via acting and playwriting exercises in the Andes Mountains.
She is currently working on a team-written biography and her analytical theatre review of The Actor's Shakespeare Company's production of Henry V will appear in The Shakespeare Bulletin in December 2009.
- M.A., Seton Hall University
- B.A., Wagner College
- 2005: "City as Text Scholarship" (Travel Grant), DaVinci Society: Wagner College
- 2005: Honor of Distinction Award, Honors Thesis: Wagner College