Tzarina Prater

Tzarina T. Prater is an Associate Professor of English in Bentley University's English and Media Studies Department where she has taught a variety of courses from the disciplines of African American and Anglophone Caribbean Literary and Cultural Studies, as well as courses intersecting with Gender and Digital Humanities. She has published articles on the work of Easton Lee, Kerry Young, Michelle Cliff, Patricia Powell, U.S. spectatorship of Hong Kong action cinema, digital platforms, Caribbean music and science fiction. She is currently working on her book project on Chinese Jamaican literary and cultural production entitled Labrish and Mooncakes: National Belonging in Chinese Jamaican Cultural Production.