Cary, Katie

Teaching Assistant-Doctoral
English

Plan: Literature and Cultural Theory, PhD

Achieved Degree(s):
MA - English Literature and Textual Interpretation, UW-Eau Claire, 2017
BA - English Literature and American Indian Studies, UW-Eau Claire, 2014

Interests:
American Indian Literature, American Indian Studies, Women's Literature, Transatlantic Romanticism

Academic Award(s): 
Chancellor's Graduate Student Award, UW-Milwaukee, 2017

Conference Presentation(s):
"Blank Spaces and Palimpsest: Native Americans in Hemans's 'The Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers in New England'" - Midwest Popular and American Culture Association Conference, St. Louis, MO, 2017
"Monsters, Nature, and Ecofeminist Revenge in Russell's 'Proving Up'" - Midwest Popular and American Culture Association Conference, Chicago, IL, 2016
"Pocahontas as Fallen Woman and the Over-Sexualization of Native Women" - American Multicultural Student Leadership Conference, River Falls, WI, 2013

Teaching Experience:
English 101
English 102

Professional Website: https://www.katiecary.com