Koyama, Kristine

Teaching Assistant-Doctoral
English

Plan: Literature and Cultural Theory, PhD

Achieved Degree(s):
BA in English with a minor in history, University of Central Florida, 2017
MA in English, University of Minnesota Duluth, 2019.

Interests:
The (long) nineteenth-century and the evolution of children's literature, disability studies, and ecocriticism. Photorealistic media effects on societies and individuals perception, project, and selves.
Hiking long distances and backwoods camping. Reading, cooking vegan food, and learning about new conservation strategies.

Academic Award(s): 
Dean's List (UCF 2014-2017), Jankofsky Essay Award (UMD 2018)

Conference Presentation(s):
“Empathetic Consciousness and the Exploited Victorian Body in Anna Sewell’s Black Beauty.”
“Explorations: 40th Annual Conference of the Nineteenth-Century Studies Association,” Kansas City, MO, March 7-9, 2019.
“Domestic and Professional Roles in L.M. Montgomery’s Emily of New Moon”
“College English Association 49th Annual Conference,” St. Petersburg, Florida, April 5–7, 2018.

Teaching Experience:
WRIT 1120, First-Year Composition; ENG 102, College Writing and Research