world literature; global anglophone literature; diasporas, transnationalism, migration literature
Assistant Professor of Global Anglophone LiteratureGeorgia State UniversityAtlanta, GA
20-21st Century Anglophone Literature, Globalization, Modernism, Postcolonialism, History of Criticism and Theory, Environmental Humanities, Media Studies
Postcolonial studies, comparative theatre theory, modern Indian theatre, contemporary world theatre, Anglophone literature, diaspora studies.
20th/ 21st C British and Anglophone Literatures, Scottish Literatures, Vernacular writing, Postcolonial Studies, Digital Humanities, Composition and Rhetoric.
James Joyce; Irish Modernism; the Novel; Cinema; 20th-Century British, Irish, and Anglophone literature and culture; Postcolonial literature and theory; Infrastructure; Literature and the Environment.
Post WWII British and Anglophone literature
Comparative modernisms; modern British literature; the fate of the liberal arts; the future of the University; comparative Anglophone literatures.Also, I am DGS and am interested in rethinking doctoral education.
19th-21st century Anglophone literatures (Victorian, modernist, Irish, British, South Asian), crowds and forms of democracy, minor literatures, environmental, queer, cultural and postcolonial theory
World literatures, translation, postcolonial theory, transnationalism, globalization, literature as commodity, paratextual studies, diaspora, exile, immigration, gender studies, critical race studies, climate fiction, global Anglophone literature, Haitian literature, Francophone literature, Czech literature, African literature, African American literature