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Joelle Mann



Office: Humanities 2075

Joelle Mann is a doctoral candidate studying contemporaneity and American literary forms. Joelle has earned both the Cultural Studies and Media, Art and Technology (MACT) Advanced Certificates at Stony Brook. Her work is featured in Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction. Joelle's dissertation investigates the intermediality of contemporary American literature through an analysis of the dialectics of literary voice. Specifically, she is investigating the intersections among 21st-century literary forms, media convergence, and cultural and political polemics. Before studying at Stony Brook, Joelle taught high school English at Amherst High School in Amherst, New York. Joelle has a B.A. in English from SUNY Buffalo, an M.S. in Education from Canisius College, and an M.A. in English from SUNY College at Buffalo. Joelle is currently the student editor of Stony Brook's educational blog and a recent recipient of the President's Award for Excellence in Teaching from Stony Brook University.

Read Joelle's contributions to the English Department's educational blog here. Follow her work on Humanities Commons and Twitter.

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