Jill E. Anderson
Dr. Jill E. Anderson is an assistant professor in English. She teaches English 1010 and 1020 (with the theme of food) as well as World Literature and American Literature. Dr. Anderson's work has appeared in Women's Studies, Margaret Atwood Studies, and the Journal of Ecocriticism. Her dissertation was on queer ecology and the literature of the 1960s, and her other research interests include queer theory, ecofeminism, and environmental justice, the Beat Generation and the counterculture, particularly the women Beats, Native American literature, the influence of food and media in literature, Richard Brautigan, Margaret Atwood, and Christopher Isherwood. Her non-academic activities include running, biking, practicing and teaching yoga, experimenting in the kitchen, and crafting of all kinds.
Languages, Literature, and Philosophy