Jane Robbins Mize
Jane Robbins Mize is a doctoral candidate in English studying nineteenth- and twentieth-century American literature and material culture. Her dissertation examines the intersections of colonialism, industrialism, and the cultural imagination of water in the twentieth-century United States. Jane Robbins is currently a Graduate Fellow for Teaching Excellence at the Center for Teaching and Learning. Previously, she was a fellow with the Penn Program in Envrionmental Humanities and a co-coordinator of the American Literature Working Group. Jane Robbins grew up in Athens, Georgia, and received her BA in English and Latin from the University of Texas at Austin.