Education: B.A., Loyola University Chicago (2012).
B.S., Loyola University Chicago (2012).
M.A., University of Chicago (2013).
Ph.D., Northwestern University (2021)
Interests: 20th- and 21st-Century American Literature; African American, Asian American, and Latinx Literatures; Critical Race and Ethnic Studies; Poetry and Poetics; Digital Media; Data Science; Critical Prison Studies
Maria Dikcis is currently working on a digital monograph titled Ink, Wave, Signal, Code: Multiethnic American Poetry's Media Ecologies After 1965. Her scholarly articles and reviews have appeared or are forthcoming in ASAP/Journal, Chicago Review, and The Cambridge Companion to American Poetry and Politics Since 1900. She is the recipient of the American Council of Learned Societies's Emerging Voices Fellowship (2021), a National Endowment for the Humanities Grant for the Institute on Born-Digital Scholarly Publishing hosted by Brown University Library (2022), and the Northwestern University English Department's Jean H. Hagstrum Prize for Best Dissertation (2022).
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