Rebecca Evans

Rebecca Evans is an assistant professor of English at Winston-Salem State University, where she researches and teaches American literature, environmental humanities, and speculative fiction. Her current book project examines the ways in which contemporary American novels mediate between individual experiences of the present and systemic explanations of structural and environmental violence. Her writing on environmental science fiction has appeared in Science Fiction Studies, ASAP/Journal, Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities, Women’s Studies Quarterly, The Cambridge History of Science Fiction, and Public Books.


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