Associate Professor / Chairperson
English & Communication
Liberal Arts 340
|University of New Mexico||PhD|
|University of New Mexico||MA|
|University of Pennsylvania||BA|
- Communication BA
- Creative and Professional Writing
- Creative Writing
- English BA
- Writing, Rhetoric & Communication
Online and Continuing Education Courses
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- African American and Multicultural American Literature
- Contemporary Women Writers
- Feminist and Critical Race Theory
Shari Evans joined the English Department in 2005. Professor Evans earned her Ph.D. and M.A. from the University of New Mexico and her B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania. Her teaching and research interests include comparative ethnic literatures (particularly African American and Native American) and women writers, as well as race and gender studies and literary theory. Evans's most recent work is on theorizing "home" through the work of Toni Morrison, Octavia Butler, and Margaret Atwood. She is currently engaged in work on the space of memory in contemporary multicultural American writers. Evans has most recently presented and written on the work of Octavia Butler, Brenda Marie Osbey, Joy Harjo, and Toni Morrison. She is a recipient of the distinguished American Society of Eighteenth Century Studies Teaching Award and the University of New Mexico's Gunter Starkey Award for Teaching Excellence.
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