Amy King approaches her research and teaching with hemispheric, cross-cultural perspectives. Exploring intersections between issues of race, class, gender, sexuality, and nationality, her current project demonstrates how contemporary texts set in the Caribbean and US depict women’s violence on and beyond plantation settings. Specifically, this project uncovers the complex intertwining of intimacy and power in scenes of physical violence between women.

Strategies for Teaching Non-Native English Speakers: A Roundtable Review

On March 30, 2017, the Writing and Communication Program’s World Englishes Committee hosted the faculty roundtable “Instructing Non-Native English Speakers: Practical Tools.” This event drew Georgia Tech teaching faculty and staff interested in sharing ideas and learning new strategies for better serving the needs of the diverse population of English… Continue reading