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Faculty and Staff

Paige Wallace

Title: Instructor of English
Department: Division of Arts and Letter
USC Sumter
Email: WALLACBP@mailbox.sc.edu
Phone: 803-938-3897
Office: Arts and Letters Building, Room 110
Resources: Paige's Podcast - Literaturely
Paige Wallace
Education:
  • Ph.D., English Literature, Florida State University
  • M.A. English Literature, Florida State University, 2016
  • B.A. English Literature and Biology, College of Charleston, 2013
Publications:
  • Afzal, Sarah and Paige Wallace. "Entangled Feminism: #MeToo as a Node on the Feminist Mesh." South Central Review, vol. 36 no. 2, 2019, pp. 131-155. 
  • Wallace, Paige. "Phony Facts and Eco-media: Fake Nature and the Call for Widespread Media Literacy." Environmental Communications, vol. 13 no. 6, 2018. pp, 790-803. 
Presentations:
  • Presenter, "Hawthorne, Incorporated." Panel: Nathaniel Hawthorne and Boston, North East Modern Language Association. Boston, MA, Spring 2020.
  • Presenter, "Workshop: A Pedagogical Approach."
    2019 Graduate Student Composition Training. Florida State University, July 2019. 

  • Presenter, "A Wrinkle in Time: Tesser-acting into Fourth-Wave Feminism."
    Panel: Feminism is for Everybody, North East Modern Language Association. Washington, D.C. Spring 2019

  • Presenter, “Digital Motherhood: Mommyblogs and Reclaiming Motherhood.”
    Panel: Popular  Culture Association of the South/American Culture Association of the South, Fall 2018

  • Presenter, “Daredevil as an Eco-Justice Narrative.”
    Panel: South Atlantic Modern Language Association. Atlanta, Ga.  Fall 2017

  • Panel Chair. Eco-Porn and the Culture Industry.
    South Atlantic Modern Language Association. Atlanta, Ga. Fall 2017

  • Presenter, “Native Son: Corrosive Environments and Segregation Narratives.”
    Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment. Detroit, Michigan. Summer 2017


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