2014, BA English and French Literature, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
While my interests are varied–from British Modernism to North African Cinema to RPG tabletop and videogames–my current research focuses on gender and sexuality in French and North African Film. While I usually teach French language classes, I also have a background in Women’s and Gender Studies, Global Cinema, Middle Eastern Studies, and Arabic. As a Comparative Literature student, I enjoy doing interdisciplinary work through different departments at UNC, including English and Comparative Literature, Romance Studies, Asian Studies, and African Studies.
- Foreign Language Area Scholarship, African Studies: Arabic, Summer 2016
- Foreign Language Area Scholarship, African Studies: Arabic, Summer 2018
Arabic Literature | British Literature from 1789 to 1900 | Comparative Literature | Critical Theory and Cultural Studies | Feminist Theory And Gender & Sexuality Studies | Film and Media Studies | Post-Colonial Literature and Theory | Queer Theory | Visual Culture and Arts | Women Writers