Carmen Meza

PhD Student


Carmen Meza is a PhD candidate in the Department of English specializing in early modern race studies and feminist literary theory, especially Chicana feminist philosophy. Her dissertation is titled "Renaissance Borderlands: Geographies of Race in Early Modern Drama," which focuses on texts where different cultures meet. Case studies include plays by prominent English writers such as Philip Massinger, Robert Daborne, Aphra Behn and William Shakespeare. Meza serves as an assistant coordinator at the Ohio State Writing Center and a graduate administrative associate at the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. 

  • MA, The Ohio State University, 2012
  • BA, The University of Texas at El Paso, 2010

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