Chelsea Clark

Clark is a student in the Comparative Literature department. Her research focuses on the nature, function, and limits of intertextuality, with an emphasis on English, Russian, German, and Arabic literatures of the 20th century.

She is currently thinking about the imagination as it figures (or does not figure) in humanities and social science discussions of agency in times of environmental crisis and degradation. During the 2020-2021 academic year, she will lead the IHUM reading group “Agency in the Anthropocene.”