Ann Marie Short

Faculty Profiles

Ann Marie Short

Ann Marie Short

Associate Professor
English
Gender Womens Studies
220 Spes Unica Hall

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Education 

PhD, University of Miami
MA, University of Miami
BA, Boston University

Research Interests 

  • Postcolonial studies
  • Anglophone literature
  • Gender and women's studies
  • Motherhood studies
  • US immigrant literature

Courses Recently Taught 

  • ENLT 109W: Identities and identification
  • ENLT 109W: Latina literature
  • ENLT 262: Multiethnic graphic narrative
  • ENLT 331: Gender and sexuality in literature
  • ENLT 334: Postcolonial women's writing
  • ENLT 354: US Immigrant women's literature
  • ENLT 363: 20th Century and contemporary African literature
  • ENLT 367: Caribbean women's literature
  • ENLT 374: Contemporary global literature
  • GWS 207: Introduction to gender and women's studies

Creative and Scholarly Work 

  • Breastfeeding and Culture: Discourses and Representation. Editor. Demeter Press (April 2018).
  • “‘That’s the Shocking Detail?’: Extended Breastfeeding in Emma Donoghue’s Room” in Breastfeeding and Culture: Discourses and Representation.  Demeter Press (April 2018).
  • “Transnational Ethnic American Identity in Elizabeth Nunez’s Beyond the Limbo Silence” MELUS: Journal of Multiethnic Literature of the United States 40.1 (Winter 2016).
  • “A Whole New Race: Chinese Cubans and Hybrid Identities in Cristina García's Monkey Hunting” Anthurium: A Caribbean Studies Journal 7.1-2 (Spring and Fall 2009).
  • “Immigrant Motherhood and Transnationality in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Fiction” Literature Compass 4.3 (May 2007).

Professional Memberships 

  • MELUS (The Society for the Study of Multi-ethnic Literature of the US)
  • MLA (Modern Language Association)
  • NeMLA (Northeast Modern Language Association)
  • NWSA (National Women's Studies Association)