Vicky Cheng (March 2016 and December 2016)

Vicky Cheng is a Ph.D. Candidate in Syracuse’s English Department. She studies Victorian literature and culture, with an emphasis on feminist and queer readings of the body. Her forthcoming dissertation project explores alternate forms of embodied female re-production, refocused through the lens of queer regeneration.

To read and comment on her posts individually, click on the links below:

April 2018

Reading Privilege and the Privilege of Reading

December 2016

Empathy and Education: The Double Burden (Part 1) [2 Dec 2016]

Empathy and Education: The Double Burden (Part II) [9 Dec 2016]

Empathy and Education: Fight or Flight [19 Dec 2016]

Empathy and the Danger(s) Disengagement [2 Jan 2017]


March 2016:

Part 1: Female Identity, Representation, and the Inscrutable Self (1 March 2016) 

Part II: Female Identity, Subjectivity, and Knowing the Self (8 March 2016)

Part I: Wicked Women, Active Deception, and Narrative Opportunity (25 March 2016)

Part II: Wicked Women and the Negotiation of Female (dis)Empowerment (1 April 2016)