Rebecca S. Oh received her Ph.D. from the University of Chicago and her B.A. from the University of Virginia. She specializes in postcolonial literature and the environmental humanities. Her current book project interrogates ecopolitical failure and the aesthetics of complaint in the global South as these mediate conceptions of the state, citizenship, environmental harm, and futurity. Her other research interests include apocalypse, genre, infrastructure, and the Anthropocene.
Postcolonial and global South literature, environmental justice, the environmental humanities, climate change and the Anthropocene, politics and literature, apocalypse, infrastructure, genre, and critical theory.
Ph.D. English Language and Literature, University of Chicago
B.A. English, University of Virginia
ENGL 475: Imagining the End Times: Science, Fiction, and Climate Change
ENGL 396: Climate Realism and Speculation: Genres of the Anthropocene
ENGL 300 Postcolonial Novels: The Country and the City
ENGL 301 Introduction to Critical Theory
ENGL 285 Postcolonial Literature in English
ENGL 261 Genres of Living on a Damaged Planet: From Nature/Culture to Naturecultures
ENGL 221 Speculative Futures
ENGL 103 Introduction to Fiction