Anne Duncan (She/Her)

Graduate Student
Predoctoral Instructor
photograph of Anne in black shirt and orange skirt, standing in front of a grassy hill, a tree and buildings.

Contact Information

PDL B5-C (Padelford B wing, PL level, room B5C)
Office Hours
W 10:30-12:30 (Spring 2024)


B.A., Creative Writing, Johns Hopkins University, 2015

I am a PhD and MFA candidate. My research interests include contemporary poetry and poetics, American literature, genre theory, affect theory, feminist and queer theory, aesthetics, creative writing, visual art and book art. My current research focuses on contemporary American poetry that repurposes historical American documents.

My teaching experience includes composition courses variously themed around ghosts and "hauntology"; genre as a social force and function; affect and semiotics. 

My own poetry can be found or is forthcoming in Cherry Tree, Permafrost, Ekphrasis Magazine and the Ekphrastic Review, and my poetry reviews in 32 Poems and Bone Bouquet. 


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