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Reba K. Dickson

English PhD Student

Reba Dickson was born and raised in Dennery, St. Lucia. She was first introduced to the indigenous and African “monster” during her Social- Studies class, where she was always conflicted with this categorization. She has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of the Virgin Islands and a Master of Arts from Florida Atlantic University, where among other things, she continued to explore the “monster” characterization of Les Damnés de la Terre. Currently, Reba is an English PhD student at Northeastern University where she serves as the Project Manager for the Early Caribbean Digital Archive (ECDA), Managing Editor for Digital Humanities Quarterly (DHQ), and a Coordinator for the Women of Color in the Academy (WOCIA).

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Previous Institutions: Florida Atlantic University (MA); University of the Virgin Islands (BA)

Program and Fields: Caribbean studies, African American literature and theory, (Post)colonial literature & theory, Black Feminism

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