Reema Barlaskar

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Reema Barlaskar

Special Lecturer
Office: 140 O'Dowd Hall
Phone: (248) 370-2736
Email: barlaskar@oakland.edu 

Biography

Reema Barlaskar has taught a variety of courses, including rhetoric and composition, basic writing, writing across the disciplines, women’s literature, and British literature. She received the 2017 Excellence in Teaching Writing Award at Wayne State University (graduate teaching assistant category) and is currently teaching WRT 1060: Composition II.

She is author of “The ‘Contagion’ of ‘Ridiculous Superstition’: Representations of Lower-Class Voices in Ann Radcliffe's Novels” (Gothic Studies, Vol. 20) and “Maternal Femininity, Masquerade, and the Sacrificial Body in Charlotte Dacre's Zofloya, or The Moor” (Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies, Issue 18). 

Education

Ph.D. in British Literature. Wayne State University.
M.A. in English. Indiana University. 
B.A. in English. Maryville University.


Courses

WRT 1060 Composition II