Liz Rose

Liz Head Shot 2022

Contact Information

Ph.D. Candidate

Liz researches the intersections of trans theory and Black feminist theory in contemporary diasporic writing across the Americas, using translation as a method to illuminate critical, rhizomatic genealogies of trans feminist thought. They are translation research assistant for the Digital Bilingual (Portuguese/English) Edition of Correio de Africa under P.I. Dr. Zita Nunes, as well as the 2023-2024 Graduate Associate at the Philadelphia Trans Oral History Project through the Center for Feminist, Queer, and Trans Studies. Liz also serves as coordinator of the Gender/Sexuality Reading Group through the English department. 

Liz’s work is published in numerous places, most recently TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly, Qui Parle, and Hopscotch Translation.


Instructor of Record:

Gender and Society, Summer 2023.

Sex and Representation: Hemispheric Cultural Imaginings, Spring 2023.

Writing the Self: Contemporary Memoir across the Americas, Fall 2022.


Graduate Teaching Assistant:

Introduction to Queer Theory, Spring 2022.

Introduction to Gender and Society, Fall 2021.