Camille Alexander

Office:   Preakness Hall 356
Phone:   973-720-2582
Office Hours:   see link on menu

Department: English
Position: Visiting Assistant Professor
Area Specialization: Caribbean Literature and Culture, Gender and Immigration, Black British Studies, Composition and Rhetoric


"With both rhyme and reason: class, gender, and marginalization in the poetic work of Eintou Pearl Springer." New Literatures in English. Ed. R.P. Singh, U of Lucknow (forthcoming).

"Michael X." Dictionary of Caribbean and Afro-Latin American Biography. New York: Oxford UP, 2016 (forthcoming).

"Lifting the veils of tradition: deconstructing and hybridizing East Indian identity in Indo-Caribbean literature." Crafting Identities Remapping Nationalities: The English-speaking World in the Age of Globalization. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012.

Teaching against the tide: transgressing cultural norms in the American composition classroom. Akademisk Kvarter 3 (2011).

"De little wan she lef: motherhood, transnational migration, and abandonment." Tran(s)tudies 1 (2011).

"Sistern writers’ backchat: the transgressive nature of female Caribbean diasporic writing." Hyphen: International Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature, Art and Culture on Diaspora Writing 2.1 (2011). 

"Testing the limits: forbidden love in two Anglophone Caribbean texts." Akademisk Kvarter 2 (2011): 202-211. 

"Cuttin’ the ‘fro: the disappearance of the afro in Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun." The Marrow Literary Journal 6 (2010): 29-35.