Savannah Jensen is a PhD student at the University of Georgia where she is an instructor of record for First Year Writing and a Writing Center consultant. Her research focuses on England's early modern period with a particular interest in the representations of ghosts across mediums, including drama, ballads, treatises, and pamphlets. She has recently presented her paper " 'Any Shape But That' Early Modern Ghost Narratives and the Living Body" at the 2020 Brit Grad Conference.
Her teaching practice emphasizes creative and collaborative learning. In 2019 she was awarded the Emerging SoTL Scholar Award by UGA's Center for Teaching and Learning for her work examining her students' experiences of learning in a gamified composition class. In the summer of 2020, she was a member of the National Humanities Center's Virtual Graduate Summer Residency Program.
M.A., Florida Gulf Coast University, 2016.
B.A., Florida Gulf Coast University, 2014.