Belinda Deneen Wallace
British and Irish Literary Studies
Intersectionality; Afrofuturism; Contemporary Caribbean Literature and Culture; Postcolonial Studies; Black Transatlantic; Afro-Diasporic and Afro-Latinx Studies; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies; New Historicism; and Queer Theory.
Belinda Deneen Wallace is an Assistant Professor at the University of New Mexico in the Department of English Language and Literature, where she teaches courses in Afrofuturism, Contemporary Caribbean Literature and Culture, Afro-Diaspora and Afro-Latinx Studies, Postcolonial Literature(s), and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Her research is rooted in intersectionality and critical race theory and her writings have appeared in Cultural Dynamics; Journal of Canadian Studies; Women, Gender and Families of Color; and ProudFlesh: New Afrikan Journal of Culture, Politics, and Consciousness. Dr. Wallace is presently completing her first manuscript, which queers literary reimaginings of Caribbean slave rebellions, political revolutions, and socio-cultural resistance movements through an examination of historiographic metafiction.