Sarah Potts is a PhD student in the Department of English at Michigan State University. She graduated from the University of Alabama with Bachelor’s degrees in both English and Spanish, along with a minor in Creative Writing. She earned a Master’s in English at Michigan State, completing a thesis entitled: “‘Simmering in a Family Cauldron”: Queer Modes of Kinship in Ivy Compton-Burnett.” She has taught a range of courses at MSU, including ENG 210: Foundations of Literary Study. Her research interests include British modernism, new modernist studies, women writers, and gender and sexuality studies. She is also in the process of completing an Interdisciplinary Graduate Specialization in Women and Gender.



Doctor of Philosophy, English

·      Michigan State University, expected Graduation: May 2024 

Master of Arts, English

·      Michigan State University, May 2019 

Bachelor of Arts, English and Spanish Majors, Creative Writing Minor

·      The University of Alabama, 2016


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