Theodora Danylevich, Adjunct Professor
Theodora Danylevich earned her PhD in literary and cultural studies from The George Washington University, Washington D.C., USA in 2018. She is at work on a manuscript that looks at the ways in which disabled and denigrated women in American literature, art, and film from the beginning and the end of the twentieth century compose a “sick archive” that bears witness to the sexist and racist violence of the nation. She teaches in the Women’s and Gender Studies program at Georgetown University, where her courses are a part of the university’s Disability Studies minor. She also hold an MA in Communication, Culture, and Technology from Georgetown and teaches technical writing. In a previous life, she was a poet.