2019, MA English, George Washington University
2012, BA Humanities, Columbia International University
Elisabeth is a first year PhD student in English whose research focuses on intersections of trauma, race, and religion in the writings of nineteenth century American women. Drawing on her professional experience as a social worker, she also looks at ways that literature simultaneously gives voice to those who are unwell and offers the potential to become more well.
- McCandlish Endowment Fellowship
- PEO Continuing Education Grant
African American Literature | American Literature from 1789 to 1900 | American Literature to 1900 to the present | Asian American Literature | Creative Writing | Depictions Of The Child | Literature and Religion | Literature, Medicine and Culture | Narrative Theory | Poetry and Poetics | Southern Literature | The Novel | Women Writers | Writing In The Disciplines