Dr. Cammie Sublette
Holt, Room 112 B
Areas of Expertise: food studies, zombie films, African American literature with a focus on Richard Wright, Ralph Ellison and Toni Morrison, and the literature of Chuck Palahniuk.
Dr. Cammie Sublette is the Head of the Department of English at UAFS. Her research specializes in African American literature, and she has presented original research at national conferences on Toni Morrison, Richard Wright, and Ralph Ellison. Additionally, her master's thesis on focused on the writing of Wright and Morrison.
In addition, Sublette is the co-editor of an interdisciplinary book on food studies, titled Consuming Cultures: Food as Identity, and has also authored papers on horror and zombie films. She has also published an essay on Chuck Palahniuk in the book Sacred and Immoral: On the Writings of Chuck Palahniuk.