Museum studies, memory studies, dissensus, political subjectivity, and cultural policy
Eric W. Ross is a PhD candidate in Cultural Studies at George Mason University. He holds a B.A. in English from Carthage College and an M.A. in American Studies from the University of South Florida.
His dissertation, titled "Remembering Democracy", looks at the ways that several newly opened Activist history and culture museums in the United States and Canada navigate the spaces between history/memory and past/present to open up new possibilities for politics.
From 2017-2021, he served as a Graduate Teaching Assistant for the Cultural Studies Department and the School of Integrative Studies.
Fall 2021 - Center for Humanities Research Graduate Residential Fellowship
CULT 320: Globalization and Culture
INTS 320: The Social Construction of Difference: Gender, Race, and Class
INTS 101: Narratives of Identity
University of South Florida, American Studies, MA
Carthage College, English, BA