University of Florida
Alison Walsh is currently pursuing a PhD in English with a graduate certificate in Women's Studies at the University of Florida. Her research interests are film and prestige television, critical theory, and contemporary American culture. She is also a Teaching Assistant and Writing Coach for UF’s University Writing Program. Originally from North Carolina, she holds a BA in English & creative writing from Appalachian State University, as well as a Master of Library & Information Studies from UNC Greensboro. Before she was a PhD student, she had a career in university administration at UNC Charlotte.
Paper: Archive, Atlas, Histoire: Reading Godard, Warburg, and Langlois through Archival Theory