Anne M. Rashid is an associate professor of English and Women’s and Gender Studies Director at Carlow University. She teaches courses in American literature, creative writing, environmental justice, literature in translation, as well as Madwomen in the Attic workshops. She is faculty advisor for Carlow’s chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, the English Honors Society and The Critical Point, Carlow’s undergraduate writing and art journal. She has published poetry in Adagio Verse Quarterly, Lit Candles: Feminist Mentoring and the Text, The Metro Times, Pittsburgh’s City Paper, Forum, Paterson Literary Review, Broad River Review, Walloon Writers Review and The Fourth River. She and her co-translator, the late Chae-Pyong Song, published translations of Korean poetry in New Writing from Korea, list, The Gwangju News, Azalea: Journal of Korean Literature, Illuminations and Women’s Studies Quarterly. In 2009, they won the Grand Prize in the Poetry category of the 40th Modern Korean Literature Translation Awards given by The Korea Times. Her fields of interest include literature of environmental justice, contemporary women’s poetry, and African American literature. She has a Ph.D (2006) and M.A. (2001) from Binghamton University and a B.A. (1998) from Wayne State University.

Research Interests

Professional Interests: Women’s literature, 20th century poetry, literature of environmental justice, and African-American literature.