2019, BA English and History, University of South Carolina Honors College
Rose Steptoe is a first-year English and Comparative Literature Ph.D. student at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. She is the graduate communications editor for the Digital Literacy and Communications Lab housed within UNC’s ECL Department. Her research interests include film studies, gender studies, and 20th century and contemporary American literature. Recently, her work has focused on gender and sexuality in horror films.
American Literature to 1900 to the present | Contemporary Multiethnic American Literature | Critical Theory and Cultural Studies | Feminist Theory And Gender & Sexuality Studies | Film and Media Studies | Genre Theory | Performance Studies | Post-Colonial Literature and Theory | Posthumanism | Queer Theory