Associate Professor, 20th-Century Anglophone Postcolonial Literature; Associate Chair
Office: 810 Strode
Focus: Anglophone Postcolonial Studies and World Literatures
Research Interests: Twentieth- and Twenty-First-Century Anglophone Postcolonial, World, and American Ethnic Literatures; Critical Literary and Race Theory; Interdisciplinary Studies; Cultural Studies; Postcolonial Literature & the Arts.
“Foundational Acts: Enunciating A West Indian Literary Tradition in Naipaul’s Mr. Biswas” South Asian Review 29:2 (2009), 26 pps.
“The Art of Tuning: A Politics of Exile.” Contemporary Literature 60:2 (Fall 2009), 30 pps.
Reading between the Lines: Resituating Said’s Contrapuntalism in Music (book article) accepted for a peer-reviewed book tentatively entitled, Counterpoints: Edward Said's Legacy to be published by Cambridge Scholar's Publishing: 21 pps.