Gunn, Elizabeth





Ph.D., Spanish Literature, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

M.F.A., Creative Writing, University of Baltimore

M.A., Spanish, Middlebury College

M.B.A., Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School, expected May 2018

B.A., English, Wesleyan University

Research Interest

Contemporary Comparative Literature
Queer Theory
Personal Narrative
Higher Education Administration

Biographical Notes

Before joining Rutgers University in 2017, Dr. Elizabeth Gunn was a tenured associate professor at Morgan State University (MSU). She is the author of numerous peer reviewed articles centered on the nexus of sexuality, gender, and nation building. In 2016, she was awarded MSU’s highest faculty honor, the Sandye McIntrye II Award, for international development: she created international partnerships, established programs for international students, pioneered study abroad opportunities, and established a global scholarship for minority students. At Douglass, Dr. Gunn serves as Assistant Dean of Academic Programs, and her portfolio includes the Global Village, the Douglass Course, and Introduction to Scientific Research, among other innovative programs and initiatives. She is an avid runner and creative writer.