2020, BA English, Georgia State University
Ariannah Kubli is a third-year PhD student in the Department of English and Comparative Literature at UNC Chapel Hill, where she specializes in late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century American literature. Her scholarly interests include American literary realism and naturalism; Marxist theory; intellectual history; critical pedagogy; and the public humanities. Her current work explores the interplay between fiction, labor movements, and radical politics in the United States from 1870-1920. She’s particularly attentive to the ways literature encouraged and informed agitation for more equitable economic, political, and social systems, and the ways inequitable systems in turn inflected the period’s literary output.
- Arlene Feiner Memorial Research Grant for Women’s Studies, Working Men’s Institute, 2022
- Maynard Adams Fellowship for the Public Humanities, Carolina Public Humanities, 2021
- James E. Routh Outstanding English Major Award, Georgia State University, 2020
Office: Greenlaw 404
African American Literature | American Literature from 1789 to 1900 | Asian American Literature | Critical Theory and Cultural Studies | Feminist Theory And Gender & Sexuality Studies | Genre Theory | Literature and History | Literature and Philosophy | Pedagogy | The Novel | Women Writers