Stacey Amo

Stacey  Amo 

PhD Student  - 20 | 21-C Literature - Food Studies  - Women's & Gender Studies

Bachelor's Degree(s): English - University of Minnesota (2008)
Master's Degree: Literature - Minnesota State University (2011)
PhD: English - Louisiana State University (expected 2017)
Graduate Minor in Women's and Gender Studies (2012)

E-mail: samo1@lsu.edu

Office:203C W. David Boyd Hall

 

 

Biography

Stacey Amo is a Ph.D. candidate in English with a graduate minor in Women's and Gender Studies. She specializes in Twentieth- and Twenty-First Century Anglophone literature, food studies, and gender and sexuality, and she will defend her dissertation in spring 2017. Recent awards include first-prize in the Dickens Project at LSU Essay Contest, the Roberts/Nardo Award for Excellence in Research, and the Outstanding Women’s and Gender Studies Teaching Assistant Award. 

Please see http://staceyamo.wordpress.com for further information about her dissertation, teaching and research, and her CV.

Areas of Interest

 
Postcolonial literature, esp. Caribbean and South Asian; twentieth- and twenty-first century American literature, esp. multi-ethnic and Southern; women’s literature; food studies; gender and sexuality; higher education administration and policy.