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Molli is a PhD candidate in Literary and Cultural Studies at Wayne State University where she studies feminist social movements, political feelings, and feminist theory. She is the author of “Feminist Social Movements” in the Wiley Blackwell Companion to Feminist Studies (2020). In addition to her scholarly work, Molli writes poetry focused on the intersections of motherhood, feminism, and religion. She is currently working on her dissertation, “Feeling Wrong and Feeling Wronged: Radical Feminism and Feminist ‘Feeling Work’,” which examines the affective dimensions of radical feminist organizing in the United States between 1967-1973.
Molli has taught courses in popular literature, African American literature, and various writing courses for which she received the Excellence in Teaching Writing Award from Wayne State University. She values non-hierarchical learning and strives to facilitate hands-on and engaged classroom environments.
In her free time Molli enjoys camping, reading, and tending to her plants.