Eva White, Ph.D
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Associate Professor, Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Director
Office: KO 221C
Eva Roa White was born in Spain, raised in Switzerland, has lived in Saudi Arabia and teaches in the United States where she is Associate Professor of English at Indiana University Kokomo. Her research focuses on transnational literature and immigration studies. She has authored A Case Study of Ireland and Galicia’s Parallel Paths to Nationhood, Irish Studies Series, (Edwin Mellen Press, 2004) and published articles about identity migration and hybrid cultural and national identities in Irish, Galician, and South Asian studies, which appear in New Hibernia Review, South Asian Review and in the essay collections The Wake of the Tiger and (M)Othering the Nation: Constructing and Resisting Regional and National Allegories Through the Maternal Body. Excerpts from her memoir in progress, The Immigrants’ Daughter: Back to Galicia, have been published in Transnational Literature, Natural Bridge, disClosure, and Marco Polo. She is presently at work on a new book, Who's Irish? : Roddy Doyle's Hyphenated Identities, supported by two New Frontiers Grants.