Gender and Allegory in Transamerican Fiction and Performance
“Literatures of the Americas, Latinidad, and the Re-formation of Multi-Ethnic Literatures”
“Migratory Sexualities, Diasporic Histories, and Memory in Queer Cuban-American Cultural Production”
“I would rather be dead: Nostalgia and Narrative in Jamaica Kincaid’s Lucy”
“Multicultural Masculinities and the Border Romance in John Sayles’s Lone Star and Cormac McCarthy’s Border Trilogy”
“What Matters in Reading”
Katherine Sugg is an associate professor of English and Coordinator of Latino Studies at Central Connecticut State University. She writes and teaches on topics related to hemispheric perspectives on U.S. and Latin American culture and literature.