Leah Milne will receive her PhD in English from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro, in 2015. Her research and teaching interests include ethnic American literature, women’s and gender studies, authorship, and postcolonial theory and literature. Her current book project focuses on metafictional responses to multiculturalism in contemporary ethnic American fiction.

(In)Visibility, Race and Ethnicity in American Women’s Writing throughout the Twentieth Century

This blog series focused on American women writers, a partnership between The Society for the Study of American Women Writers and U.S. Studies Online, explores the field through several lenses that range from recovery to religion and from war to transnationalism. Leah Milne opens the series with a post about how ethnic American women writers tackle the idea and status of invisibility. Continue reading