Sika Dagbovie-Mullins is a professor in the department of English at Florida Atlantic University where she specializes in twentieth and twenty-first century African American literature. She is author of Crossing B(l)ack: Mixed Race Identity in Modern American Fiction and Culture and co-editor of Mixed-Race Superheroes, which examines representations of racial mixedness and the idea of the superhero. Her current project, Black Place in Florida (co-edited with Regis Fox), is an anthology exploring how Black Floridians, with origins from across the diaspora, claim space or take up place in the state.
She serves on the editorial board of the University Press of Florida and the Journal of Popular Culture. Her articles have appeared in journals such as African American Review, Journal of Popular Culture, and Palimpsest: A Journal on Women, Gender, and the Black International.
Mixed-Race Superheroes (2021)
Crossing B(l)ack: Mixed-Race Identity in Modern American Fiction and Cultures (2013)