Holly Morgan’s research examines gender in diasporic and postcolonial literatures, with a focus on women’s writing and representations of the female body. Her current research focuses on reproduction and transnational surrogacy in literature and film, with a focus on South Asian women’s literatures. Her dissertation, which is pending publication with Westfaelische Wilhelms-Universitaet, in Muenster, Germany, focused on transnational adoption in diasporic Indian women’s writing. To date, Holly has published her work in Symbolism and South Asian Review.
Most recently, Holly taught in the English and Women’s Studies departments at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Her courses included “Immigrant Literatures,” “Memoirs, Momoirs, and Wild Women: Contemporary Women’s Life Writing,” “Women, Food, and Environments,” “Women, Technology, and Cybercultures,” and “Girls and Girlhoods” as well as introductory courses in both departments.