Teaching Associate Professor
1999, PhD Comparative Literature, University of Wisconsin at Madison
My favorite courses are those where I can bring together my passion for visual literacy and visual culture; my commitment to social justice issues; my understanding of the critical importance of historical context; and my belief that race, class, gender, and sexuality are both identity categories and social locations that shape how we see the world — and how the world sees us. Nothing is more gratifying than when a group of students, an instructor, the texts assigned in the course, and the world outside the classroom work together to create meaning — new possibilities, new questions, and new ways of seeing.
- English 105: Rhetoric and Composition
- English 129: Literature and Cultural Diversity
- English 155: Visual and Graphic Narrative
Office: 438 Greenlaw