Meera Jagannathan received her BA in French and English from Texas A&M University and her MA from Columbia University, New York. She is a 5th year PhD student in the English Department.
Ms. Jagannathan teaches courses in the India Studies program in CCS and world literature in the Modern & Classical Languages department. She specializes at the intersection of culture and history through fiction and films. She has taught courses on writing in the Lone Star system and as a TA in the English Department at the University of Houston.
- 19th Century French & British Literature
- Women and Autobiography
- Trauma and Memory Studies
- Novel and Narrative theory
- World Literature and Postcolonial
- 2010-2016 — PhD 5th Year, English Department, University of Houston, Houston
- 2008-2009 — M.A. in English Literature, Columbia University, New York, NY
- 2002-2007 — B.A. in English & French, College of Liberal Arts, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
- 2006 Spring — French Language & Culture courses, Université Stendhal III, Grenoble, France
- Soon to appear: “Poetics of Dislocation: Trauma in Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre” in the special volume put together by the organizers of the Women Writing Lives international conference in Istanbul.
- Published: “The Enigma of Toru Dutt” appears in the special volume titled, “Lost Oceans” in Dalhousie French Studies Vol 94 2011 Spring.