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Paris Wittman Brown

Paris Wittman Brown.

Paris Wittman Brown, a doctoral student in the English department at University of California, Riverside, has previously earned a Master of Arts degree in literature at San Diego State University in the United States. Her fields of study include the mid-twentieth century, gender and sexuality, Chicana/o American and Japanese literature, adolescent literature, science fiction, and intersections between literature and fashion. Additional interests widely revolve around horror cinema, mid-century aesthetics, popular culture and collecting antique books. She has taught writing and literature at San Diego State University and has presented essays on culture, gender and the horror genre at various popular culture conferences around the U.S. and in Taiwan. She is also the former editor of pacific REVIEW West Coast Arts Journal and the grateful recipient of the Eugene Cota Robles Fellowship Award.

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