Angeline Kasia Peterson


3rd floor, Bradley Memorial Building

Angeline Peterson is a doctoral candidate and Arabic instructor in the Department of African Cultural Studies. Her research explores representations of shame and generational trauma in diasporic Senegalese literature and cinema. Angeline completed her M.A. in African Languages & Literature at UW-Madison and her B.A. in French and Anthropology at Beloit College. She presented her master’s paper, “Dystopian Fiction in the Age of Information: Decoding the Divine Network of The Queue by Basma Abdel Aziz,” at the 2019 African Literature Association Conference.