Amy Li

Education:

BA in English, Cornell University, 2014; BA in Feminist, Gender & Sexuality Studies, Cornell University, 2014; Minor in Music, Cornell University, 2014

Areas of Interest:

  • Science fiction and speculative fiction

  • Frankenstein (and Gothic/vampire literature)

  • Gender and sexuality

  • Disability studies / prosthesis

  • Cyborg theory and cyborg feminism

  • Feminist theory

  • Posthumanism

  • Cultural studies

Conference Papers:

“Jacked In: Representation of Prostheses in ‘Burning Chrome’ and ‘Good Country People’.” Society for Disability Studies (SDS) Conference, Atlanta, GA (June 2015)

Conference Presentations:

 “Creating Life: Frankenstein in the 21st Century.” Roundtable. Society for Literature and Science in the Arts (SLSA) Conference, Atlanta, GA (November 2016)

“Multi-Cultural and Diverse SF/F Fiction.” Panel. Dragon*Con, Atlanta, GA (September 2016)

“What is Disability Literature?” Roundtable. Society for Disability Studies (SDS) Conference, Atlanta, GA (June 2015)

Email:

amy.s.li@emory.edu

 

Amy Li