Karen Galli

Instructor, English | Coordinator, College Composition II

Karen Galli
Building J, Room 305

M.A., Poetry, Identity and History, New York University
B.A., Liberal Arts, The New School

Classes: Basic English; College Composition I; College Composition II; and Introduction to Literature.

Professor Galli’s pedagogy focuses on creating spaces for students to challenge societal beliefs of who they are to re-value their differences as assets. Her fields of interest include literary and historical studies, Asian American diaspora, and poetry.

Professor Galli teaches in the Honors Program and co-chairs the College’s National Poetry Month Committee. She is a member of All College Council, and the President’s Advisory Council on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (PACDEI). She is currently a doctoral candidate at Drew University, where her concentration is Historical and Literary Studies.