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Annelise Halliday Norman

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Graduate Teaching Assistant
PhD Candidate

Annelise Norman is a PhD candidate at the University of Georgia specializing in British Romanticism. Broadly, her research considers eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British literature as a site for investigating agency, materiality, and unlikely intersections of the two. Her dissertation project examines literary representations of the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens as a cultural and historical space through a new materialist lens.

In the Spring of 2020, Annelise received the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award in recognition of her work as a first-year writing instructor at UGA.

Education:

Certificate in Diversity and Inclusion, 2020
Certificate in Academic Advising, 2019

B.A. in English, University of Georgia, 2017
Certificate in British and Irish Studies

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