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Smith, Alexandria

Contact Information

Email: alexandria.smith@rutgers.edu

Education

B.A., Comparative Women's Studies and International Studies, Spelman College, 2013

Research Interests

Women writers of the African Diaspora, international economic relationships, academia and popular culture

Biographical Notes

Lexi is a Piscean dreamer and is looking forward to finding the right blend of creativity and honesty. She is passionate about learning and hopes to focus her research on women writers of the African Diaspora. Lexi is also captivated by traveling, trying to learn languages other than English, international economic relationships, getting to know her fellow humans on a creative level, and bridging academia and popular culture. Bell hooks, Edward Said, Audre Lorde, and James Baldwin are some of her role models. She is incredibly excited and honored to be part of such a dynamic department. 

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