Acting Chair + Assoc Professor
Campus Address: Ketchum Hall 326
Dr. Lorna Perez is an associate professor of English, teaching courses in Latina/o literature, ethnic minority literatures of the United States, women's literature, contemporary literature, 20th century American literature, and popular culture/cultural studies. She received her doctorate from the University at Buffalo in 2008 where she wrote a dissertation on Latina literature and the architecture of empire. She specializes in Latina/o literature, though her research interests also include ethnic literatures of the United States, postcolonialism, diaspora, feminism, borderland theory, cultural studies and the literatures of the global south.
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