Regis M. Fox, associate professor of English at Florida Atlantic University, earned a doctorate degree in English from the University of California, Riverside. Her primary research interests include nineteenth-century American Literatures, feminist theory, and African-American literary and cultural studies.
She has been published in Women’s Studies and Journal of American Studies, as well as in edited collections such as Elizabeth Keckley Reader: A Determined Life; Afro-Caribbean Women’s Writing and Early American Literature; Trauma, Tresses, and Truth: Untangling Our Hair Through Personal Narratives, and the Routledge Companion to Intersectionalities.
She released her first book, Resistance Reimagined: Black Women’s Critical Thought as Survival, in December 2017. Her current project, Black Place in Florida (co-edited with Sika Dagbovie-Mullins), is an anthology exploring how Black Floridians, with origins from across the diaspora, claim space or take up place in the state.
Resistance Reimagined: Black Women’s Critical Thought as Survival (2017)