George Hoagland
Visiting Faculty
PhD, University of Minnesota

George Hoagland's recent publications include “Paul Beatty’s Slumberland and the Myth of Blackness” in Ethnic Literatures and Transnationalism: Critical Imaginaries for a Global Age (Routledge, 2015) and the collaboratively written Critical Race and Ethnic Studies Pedagogy Workbook published in Scalar by FemTechNet.

Hoagland is currently working with colleagues in the Situated Critical Race and Media (SCR+M!) group in FemTechNet on grants from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Nanyang Technologial University to create multimedia modules for teaching race and technology. With a PhD in comparative literature from the University of Minnesota, Hoagland works in queer, trans, and intersex people of color (QTIPOC) studies; critical theories of race, class, gender, and sexuality; transnational and anti-colonial studies; science, technology, and society (STS) studies; performance studies; and pedagogy.