world literature; global anglophone literature; diasporas, transnationalism, migration literature
Assistant Professor of Global Anglophone LiteratureGeorgia State UniversityAtlanta, GA
Global Anglophone Literature, Digital Media and Technology, Critical Theory
Postcolonial and Global Anglophone Literatures 19th century American Literature. Gender and Sexuality Studies. Digital Humanities.
Contemporary Fiction, Speculative Fiction, Global Anglophone Literatures, Literary and Cultural Theory, Gender Studies, Animal Studies, Ecocriticism
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
Jeremy De Chavez, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Macau. While his research and teaching areas are primarily in Postcolonial Studies, Global Anglophone Literature, and Critical/Cultural Theory, he is committed to being a strategic generalist with wide-ranging interests across literary periods, genres, and cultural forms.
Rituparna Mitra is a Visiting Assistant Professor at James Madison College. She looks at the affective and material aspects of violence and memory in contemporary South Asia. Her publications include “‘A Powerful Sense of Inhabitance’: Lyric, Memory and Enduring Community in South Asia” in Beyond Partition: Mediascapes and Literature in Post-colonial India, Pakistan and Bangladesh (forthcoming) and “Affective Histories and Partition Narratives in South Asia” in The Postcolonial World (2016). Rituparna teaches courses on Global Anglophone literature, postcolonial theory, displacement and migration, and gender and ethnicity, and trauma studies, drawing on comparativist, transnational, and interdisciplinary frameworks.
Postcolonial literature, African and southeast Asian Anglophone literature, Digital Humanities, Race & Ethnic Studies, Global Feminism
20-21st Century Anglophone Literature, Globalization, Modernism, Postcolonialism, History of Criticism and Theory, Environmental Humanities, Media Studies