Megan Peiser is a mixed-heritage enrolled citizen of Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. She is assistant professor of English at Oakland University in Michigan, where her research and teaching focus on 18th-century women writers, book history and bibliography, digital humanities, periodicals, and Indigenous studies. She is president of the Aphra Behn Society, co-PI of the Marguerite Hicks Project with Emily Spunaugle, the shepherd of two miniature dachshunds, and a student of her garden.
Antiracism in the Contemporary University
LARB presents a collection of essays from 12 experts on transforming the university to make it antiracist....