M.A., English, Georgia State University, 2012
B.A., Communication and Media Studies, Clayton State University, 2008
Transatlantic modernism, dystopian literature, memoirs, trauma studies, media studies
Shana Latimer is a Ph.D. Candidate in English and an Advanced Teaching Fellow at Georgia State University. In addition to teaching Composition and Business Writing at GSU, Shana worked in the Writing Studio as a tutor for three years, served on the editorial committee for the Guide to First-Year Writing, 5th edition, and was a Conference Operations Associate for the South Atlantic Modern Language Association (SAMLA). For the past two years, she has served as a mentor in the graduate student mentoring program. In 2017, she began writing grants dedicated to funding the education of those in her community in need. Her dissertation, “Disambiguating Dystopia: Readjusting the Critical Lens on Twentieth-Century Dystopian Literature,” analyzes the form and function of the dystopian novel as well as the imbricational relationship between academia and the public when it comes to the issues dystopian literature so often explores.