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Kristina Bobo, ABD

English

University of North Carolina, 2009

Kristina’s work focuses on African American and Southern Literatures. Her dissertation is titled “The American South in the African American Literary Imagination.” She was the recipient of several graduate student awards and grants at Chapel Hill, where she also served as the managing editor of Southern Literary Journal. She is co-editor for The North Carolina Roots of African American Literature and has published several essays, including “Language and Linguistic Inadequacy in Thomas Wolfe’s O Lost” for the Thomas Wolfe Review.  Kristina now serves as a Higher Education Assessment Specialist at Educational Testing Service in New York.