Regis Fox

Assistant Professor
Department of English
Language and Literature

4011 JHZ
(616) 331-2594

Regis Fox

ENG 215: Foundations of Literary Study: Genre
ENG/AAA 231: Early African American Literature 
ENG/AAA 232: Modern African American Literature
ENG 330: Studies in Fiction
ENG 335: Literature of American Minorities
ENG/AAA 337: Contemporary Black Literature
ENG 614: Literature of American Ethnic Minorities

Research Interests
African American Literary and Cultural Studies
Nineteenth-Century American Literature
Feminist Theory

Recent Publications
Fox, R. M. (2017). Resistance reimagined: Black women’s critical thought as survival. Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida. 

“Behind the Scenes of American Liberalism,” A Determined Life: The Elizabeth Keckley Reader, Volume One, Sheila Smith McKoy, ed. Eno Press, June 2016. 

“Forever Perverse, Queer, Askew”: Notes on Slavery and Resistance in African American Studies,” Journal of American Studies, February 2015, Volume 49/Issue 1. 

“Theorizing ‘What Could Have Been’: Black Feminism, Historical Memory, and the Politics of Reclamation,” Women’s Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, July-August 2011, Volume 40/Number 5.

B.A., Clark Atlanta University 
M.A., University of California, Riverside
Ph. D., University of California, Riverside