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About Marsha Bryant
Marsha Bryant researches and writes about modernist studies, poetry and visual culture, women’s writing, popular culture, and pedagogy. Her book Women’s Poetry and Popular Culture received funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Professor Bryant’s most popular courses include Modern British Poetry, Desperate Domesticity: the American 1950s, and PostPunk Cultures: The British 1980s. She is a member of UF’s Academy of Distinguished Teaching Scholars, and a UF Doctoral Mentor awardee. She is also Associate Editor of Contemporary Women’s Writing. Bryant is Director of Graduate Student Teaching for UF English.
Women’s Poetry and Popular Culture
Marsha Bryant’s book explores the counterintuitive innovations that women poets fashion from Hollywood films, household advertising, mass magazines, children’s books, and tabloid journalism.