Graduate School Student
Anna is a seventh-year Ph.D. candidate in the English department. Her research focuses on representations of climate change and environmental crisis in twentieth-century American literature, with a particular interest in questions about memory, place, colonialism, and affect. Prior to graduate school, she studied painting and drawing, and she is passionate about visual arts, visual culture, and interdisciplinary collaborations. At Yale, Anna has taught courses in academic and creative nonfiction writing, and she has served as the co-chief editor of Palimpsest: Yale Graduate Literary and Arts Magazine. She looks forward to supporting graduate students with presentation skills and a range of writing projects at any stage of the process.