During her undergraduate study at Rutgers, Kiyanna Stewart double majored in Journalism and Africana Studies with a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies. She is interested in the intersections between race and gender, centering her research on black women's literary/poetic cultural production.
- Committee: Cheryl Clarke, Nikol Alexander-Floyd, Mary Gossy
- Post-MA Employment/Education: Assistant Director, Paul Robeson Cultural Center, Rutgers University
- Thesis/Practicum: Thesis: Silence, Syntax, and Sex: Black Women Poets Moving Past a Culture of Dissemblance in the Post-Black Arts Movement
- RU Core Link: https://rucore.libraries.rutgers.edu/rutgers-lib/45693/