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Sarah Fisher Davis

Sarah Fisher DavisPh.D. candidate
Department of English

Sarah Fisher Davis is a fifth-year doctoral candidate in the English Department and currently holds a Public Humanities Fellowship from Humanities New York. She studies environmental humanities and contemporary Anglophone & American literature, as well as film and graphic narratives. With graduate certificates in Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies and Writing, she focuses specifically on how the rhetoric and representation of gender, embodiment, and ecology relate to one another and to geopolitical & social justice issues. Her dissertation project is tentatively entitled "Detection: U.S. Land, Body, and Text as Sites of Nuclearity." While teaching and writing take up much of her time, Sarah also enjoys hiking with her partner and her adorable dog, exploring New York craft breweries, and bingeing Derry Girls on Netflix.

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