Sarah Bramblett is pursuing a PhD in Rhetoric and Composition. She graduated from Shorter University with an honors bachelor degree in English, Psychology, and Liberal Arts and her MA degree from GSU. From working for a small publishing house to serving as a national representative for the interdisciplinary honor society Alpha Chi,Geil loves to see language in action. At Georgia State, Sarah served as an emerging scientist with the Urban Child Study Center. Her research interest blends psychology, rhetoric, and the power of words.
Geil, Sarah, et. al. “Education, Higher.” Misogyny in American Culture: Causes, Trends, Solutions. Letizia Guglielmo, ed. ABC-CLIO, 2018.
Geil, S. “A Psychoanalytic Examination of Birth Order in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe: Into the Wardrobe: The Siblings of Narnia” Aletheia: The Alpha Chi Journal of Undergraduate Scholarship. Vol. 1, Issue 1. Spring 2016.
Geil, S. “Death’s Beauty” The Chimes: Reconstruction. V. 101. 2016.
“In the Offing.” In Longest Hours: Thoughts While Waiting. Pg. 86. Silver Boomer Boomer Books. Abilene, Texas. 2013. Print.
Geil S.K., M. Petelle. “The Effects of Birth Order on Indicators of Academic Success among High School Students of Multiple Ethnicities.” Harvard Journal of Emerging Investigators. January 2012.