Faculty Conversation Series: Alyssa Collins

Wednesday 26 January 2022

Join us for the latest installment of the African American Studies Program’s Faculty Conversation Series!

 

Professor Alyssa Collins will discuss her recent work and research. This is a virtual lecture via Zoom.

About Alyssa Collins

Alyssa Collins is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English Language and Literature. Dr. Collins’ areas of specialization include African American Literature, Technology/Embodiment, Race/Gender/Sexuality, and Digital Humanities and Digital Methods. Dr. Collins teaches courses in African American Studies and English, including “African American Literature After 1903.”

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