Aubrey is a fourth year Ph.D. candidate currently writing a dissertation on the global travels of the motif of the still body in transnational modernism. She researches twentieth century novels and short fiction, critical race theory, and theories of the human and the posthuman. She also has developing interests in children's literature and the child traveler in colonial spaces.
Current Research: Ito Sei, Futurist movements, and intersections of Kiyo-e and anglophone modernism
Current Courses: English 100, Composition
Past Courses include: English 102w: Constructing the Human
English 102w: Exploring Childhood
English 118w: Writing Spaces
All taught at Vanderbilt
Current Positions: Graduate Student Instructor in the English Department, Research Assistant to Professor Mark Wollaeger, Secretary of the Graduate Student Council at Vanderbilt