Jennifer Brooke Sargent, J.D.
Visiting Associate Professor of Writing
I’m interested in how written, spoken and visual rhetoric about crime, law and ethics affects us as scholars and as citizens. I help my students see how rhetoric in these contexts can influence their perceptions and beliefs. I teach my students how to persuade their audiences with different rhetorical approaches, in-depth research, clear and concise writing and passion for their topics.
Institute for Writing and Rhetoric
- B.A. Emory University
- J.D. Suffolk University Law School
Eleventh Annual Conference on the Teaching of Writing (March 25, 2016 – University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT): Presentation: “The Meaningful Relationship of Public Discourse and Academic Discourse in United States Supreme Court Opinions”
The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center at Dartmouth College (September 18, 2014)
Annual Constitution Day Commemoration Speech:
“Hey, You Can’t Just Look in There: Current Fourth Amendment Issues Regarding Cell Phone
and Email Privacy after Riley v. California (2014).”
The Thought Project, Dartmouth College (May 2017): The American Criminal INjustice System
First Year Family Weekend Faculty Lecture - Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH (May 2017)
Lecture: Turning "The Stuff I Think About" into College Level Writing: Building Blocks
Dartmouth Link Up Women’s Mentoring Network – Annual Proud to be a Woman Dinner (May 2015)
Keynote Speaker Presentation: Making Courage A Habit
Radio and Television Appearances
New Hampshire Public Radio - The Exchange with Laura Knoy (6/27/17)
N.H. Legal Scholars: SCOTUS Ruling on Travel Ban Is Limited But Opens Door For Future Debate
New Hampshire Public Radio - The Exchange with Laura Knoy (7/6/2016)
U.S. Supreme Court 2016: Gun Rights, Affirmative Action and Political Corruption
New Hampshire Public Radio - The Exchange with Laura Knoy (12/4/14)
Smartphone Searches and Free Speech On Facebook: Interpreting The Constitution In The Digital Age
Television Consultant and On Camera Expert
Network: Discovery ID Production Company: XCON Productions
Show: A Crime To Remember (Emmy Award 2014 - Outstanding Individual Achievement in a
Craft: Lighting Direction & Scenic Design)
Season 1 (Episodes 2: The Career Girl Murders (Nov. 19, 2013 original air date)), Episode 3:
Judge, Jury, Executioner (Nov. 26, 2013 original air date)), and Episode 4: Time Bomb (Dec.
3, 2013 original air date)). Took Season 2 off due to other commitments.
Season 3 (Season 3 premier November 10, 2015 – my episodes: December 8, 2015 ("Comedy of Terrors"); December 15, 2015 ("The Wrong Man").