Sandy Alexandre

Sandy Alexandre, (Dramaturg) is an associate professor at MIT. Books: Properties of Violence. Articles: “'[The] things what happened with our family’: Property & Inheritance in August Wilson’s The Piano Lesson” (Writing Award for Outstanding Article), “Just Feathers: Righting Wrongs with Georgia Douglas Johnson’s Plumes,” “Lovesick in the Time of Smallpox: Romancing the State of Nature in Toni Morrison's A MERCY,” “From the Same Tree: Balancing Gender Through Shared Iconography in Beloved.”  Book Chapters: “Adoption and Persuasion: Raising and Reckoning with Beloved,” “Ways of Absence; Or, The Unbearable Heft of Being Materialized.” Education: BA English, Dartmouth College; MA and PhD American Literature, University of Virginia.​ 

(As of January 2022)

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