Assistant Visiting Professor in English
PhD, Louisiana State University, 2019
MA, University of New Mexico, 2014
Teaching and Research Areas
Speculative fiction, Science Fiction, 20th and 21st century American Literature, Queer fiction and theory, Popular Culture
Recent Courses Taught
ENGL 320: Modern Fiction
ENGL 206: American Literature II
Co-authored with Isiah Lavender III. “Examples of Trickster Technology in Afrofuturism.” Journal of Science Fiction, 2.2 (2018). 31-49.
“Race and Sexuality in Nalo Hopkinson’s Oeuvre; or, Queer Afrofuturism.” Science Fiction Studies, 44.3 (2017): 563-581
Amandine Faucheaux is a Visiting Assistant Professor in English, specializing in contemporary American literature. Her work has appeared in Science Fiction Studies, The Journal of Science Fiction, The Journal of Bisexuality, and elsewhere. She has taught a wide variety of classes over her career; most recently she taught an American Literature survey course, and a modern fiction course focusing on 20th century speculative fiction.
In Spring 2020 she will be teaching a modern fiction course on horror, and a graduate-level seminar in queer literature and theory.