AnnMarie DeMichiel


AnnMarie DeMichiel is a Ph.D. candidate in the English Department at the University of Rhode Island, where she is a Teaching Assistant, Writing Tutor, and instructor of record for various English and Writing courses. Originally from Connecticut, she received her B.A. in English from Albertus Magnus College and her M.S. in English from Southern Connecticut State University. AnnMarie’s master’s thesis focused on the figure of the doppelgänger in the literature of Jorge Luis Borges, relating Borges’ presentation of the doppelgänger to the mid-twentieth century television show The Twilight Zone; her Doctoral dissertation will focus on materiality, domesticity, and feminism in the works of Shirley Jackson. AnnMarie has served as a Graduate Liaison and TA Trainer for the English Department at URI, and she currently serves as a Regional Delegate to the New England and Eastern Canada region of the Modern Language Association in addition to her work on the NEASA Council.


Gothic Literature, Magical Realism, Feminism, Modernism

Courses Taught

Writing 104: Writing to Inform and Explain

Curriculum Vitae