Sandy Alexandre was the dramaturg for The Bluest Eye and August Wilson’s Joe Turner’s Come and Gone at The Huntington, and is an associate professor at MIT. Books: Properties of Violence.
Sandy Alexandre was the dramaturg for August Wilson’s Joe Turner’s Come and Gone and The Bluest Eye at The Huntington, and is an associate professor at MIT. Books: Properties of Violence. Articles: “'[The] things what happened with our family’: Property & Inheritance in August Wilson’s The Piano Lesson” (Writing Award for Outstanding Article), “Just Feathers: Righting Wrongs with Georgia Douglas Johnson’s Plumes,” “Lovesick in the Time of Smallpox: Romancing the State of Nature in Toni Morrison’s A MERCY,” “From the Same Tree: Balancing Gender Through Shared Iconography in Beloved.” Book Chapters: “Adoption and Persuasion: Raising and Reckoning with Beloved,” “Ways of Absence; Or, The Unbearable Heft of Being Materialized.” Education: BA English, Dartmouth College; MA and PhD American Literature, University of Virginia.
(As of October 2022)