Michigan State University
Michigan State University
Department of English
Christine Peffer
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Peffer Website Photo.jpg20th and 21st Century Literature l Ecocriticism l Ecofeminism

Office: C711 Wells Hall
Email: pefferch@msu.edu

Christine Peffer is a PhD student in the English Department. Her research interests include postmodern and contemporary fiction, specifically the intersections among weird fiction, ecology, and the ethics of sustainability. She holds a BA and MA from Gannon University, where she taught freshman composition and served as the assistant director of the university’s Writing Center. Her article, “City Upon the Convexity: The Satire of American Exceptionalism in David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest,” was published in the 2014 collection, Towards a Post-Exceptionalist American Studies, edited by Winfried Fluck and Donald E. Pease.

COURSES TAUGHT:

Michigan State University:

IAH207: Literatures, Cultures, and Identities
IAH 209: Art, the Visual, and Culture
IAH 201: US & the World (Spring 2017)

Gannon University:

LENG 111: College Composition
LENG 112: Critical Analysis & Composition