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Rachel  Snyder-Lockman

Rachel Snyder-Lockman

PhD Candidate and Teaching Associate

437 Hall of Languages

    • Degree: Began PhD program in 2013
    • Concentration: American Literature (19th-century)
    • Advisor: Dorri Beam

    Rachel’s research and teaching interests include nineteenth-century American literature, the nineteenth-century women’s rights and women’s suffrage movements, nineteenth-century social reform, feminist theory, political theory, and social justice pedagogy. Her dissertation will examine representations of women’s rights advocacy to investigate the interconnections between gender, activism, and liberal democratic politics in U.S. suffrage literature and political thought. Rachel has taught ETS 117: Survey of American Literature, Beginnings to 1865; ETS 118: Survey of American Literature, 1865-Present; and ETS/WGS 192: Gender and Literary Texts.

    • Certificate of University Teaching, Syracuse University
    • Certificate of Advanced Study, Women’s and Gender Studies, Syracuse University
    • MA, English, University at Buffalo
    • BA, English and Inclusive Education, Nazareth College