Graduate research assistant
gkg14332@uga.edu
Office:
Park Hall, room 10, desk 8
Office Hours:
by appointment

Genevieve is a writer and translator from California. For her creative dissertation at UGA she is planning a hybrid memoir-biography of her own ten-year history of chronic fatigue and the foreshortened dance career of twentieth-century prima ballerina Tanaquil Le Clercq, who was paralyzed by polio at the age of twenty-seven.

 

Education:

BA, English, Stanford University, 2005

MA, Russian literature, Columbia University, 2012

MFA, comparative literature–translation, University of Iowa, 2015

 

Research Interests:

Poetics and aesthetics, medical and environmental humanities, fantasy and historical fiction, queer studies.

 

Selected Publications:

(as Genevieve Arlie)

Public Service Announcement,” Little Village 221 (May 2017)

Ferryman’s matin,” Columbia Journal (Dec. 2016)

Three poems by Dénes Krusovszky, Waxwing (15 Jun. 2016)

 

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