Composition, Cultural Studies, African & African American Studies, African American Literature
Dominique Nicole Swann is an instructor at George Mason University where she teaches first year writing and advanced composition.
She received her M.A. in English at Georgetown University, with a concentration in African American Literature and Cultural Studies. She is passionate about reading contemporary women's fiction and writing book reviews. Her first review appeared in World Literature Today.
ENGH 302 Advanced Composition
M.A. in English, Georgetown University
B.A. Double Major Degree in Philosophy and English Language and Literature, University of Maryland