Morgan Richardson Dietz is an English Ph.D. candidate at the University of Georgia, where she teaches First Year Writing courses. Her dissertation, titled "Political Portions: Food and Femininity in Contemporary Bengali, Assamese, and Bangladeshi Fiction," concentrates on hunger in literature from the Northeast Indian subcontinent and connects women’s food labor, eating, and abstention to both individual forms of resistance and collective political activism.
M.A., Northern Arizona University
B.A., Northern Arizona University
2020 Innovative and Interdisciplinary Research Grant