Clara Joy Gibson

Clara Joy Gibson

Clara Joy Gibson

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Critical theory, historical materialism, Marxist analysis, postcolonialism, disability studies, and visual narrative.

Clara Gibson's research interests include Marxist literary critique, historical materialist analysis, new media and visual narrative, and the intersection of disability studies and Marxist criticism. She has contributed a chapter to a manual of best practices for Disability Student Services offices (forthcoming from NASPA), and recently completed a Master's thesis, which conducts historical materialist readings of Pink Floyd's The Wall, as well as several other concept albums. In her free time, she enjoys video games, spending time with her dog, Sammy, and books with maps in the beginning. 

Courses Taught

CULT 320

Education

MA in English Literature, Concordia University, Montreal, QC

BA in English, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA