Monique Ferrell


Office:
» Namm Hall 503 (N-503)


Phone:
» 718.260.5793


E-mail:
» mferrell@citytech.cuny.edu


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Monique Ferrell, Associate Professor

Faculty Advisor, College Affairs: Video Journalism Club
Faculty Advisor, City Tech Times (City Tech College Paper)
Faculty Advisor, City Tech Dance

Professor Ferrell is a poet and fiction writer. Her poetry, fiction, and scholarly writing has been widely published and anthologized. Both her writing and classroom teaching reflect her interest in matters of race, feminism/womanism, and politics of sexual identity. More than anything, as a professor, she wants her students to examine their place in the global society and to question antiquated paradigms that dictate social, political, and cultural behavior. Dr. Ferrell's course "Women, Violence, and Victimization: The Politics of Womanhood," is part of the City Tech English Department's pending Option/Minor in Gender and Sexuality Studies.

Ferrell's forthcoming third poetry volume Attraversiamo and her short fiction collection Impetus both examine issues of race and gender alongside the pressures and politics of living as a woman in 21st century America.

Education:

PhD, Oklahoma State University

BA, Hunter College

Academic Interests:

Gender and Sexuality Studies

Contemporary American Fiction

Native American Literature

Creative Writing

Literature of Toni Morrison

African American Literature

Courses Taught:

Composition, Literature, Native American Literature, Creative Writing, Gender and Sexuality Studies

Publications:

BOOKS

  • 1. Her Own Worst Enemy: The Eternal Internal Gender Wars of Our Sisters—Monique Ferrell and Julian Williams, Eds. (2014)

"Just Another Bitch on Reality Television: The Intentional Degradation of the American Woman."

  • 2. Lead, Follow, Or Move Out of The Way: Global Perspectives in Literature and Film—Monique Ferrell and Julian Williams, Eds. (2006, 2008, 2012, 2014)

"Go Brooklyn!"

  • 3. Good Writing Made Simple—Monique Ferrell, Mark Noonan, and Julian Williams, Eds. (2009 and 2012)
  • 4. Unsteady (2011)
  • 5. Black Body Parts (2002)

Anthologies (Poetry and Fiction)

Rabbit Ears: Poems about Television (2014)

Token Entry: New York City Subway Poems. (2012)

The Place Where We Dwell: Reading and Writing About New York City (2005, 2007, 2012)

Out of the Rough: Women's Poems of Survival and Celebration.(2001)

Book Chapters

"I Do, Too: Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Gender Identity Politics, and The Fight for Marriage Equality." Star Power: On The Impact of Branded Celebrity—Aaron Barlow, Ed. (2014)

POETRY (Creative Writing Journals and Magazines 2004-Present)

American Poetry Review

2 Bridges Review

Valley Voices: A Literary Review

Cimarron Review

Lullwater Review

North American Review

Pinyon Review

New York Quarterly

Antioch Review

Puerto del Sol

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