Junior Research Fellow
James D. Greer is a US Army combat Veteran, having served 15 years with two combat tours in Iraq. James graduated Summa Cum Laude at Kennesaw State University in 2020 with a BA in English. His research and academic interests include literary studies and theory, classic and contemporary philosophy, ontological studies of opposition and violence, human conditions, and creative nonfiction writing. James is associated with the Global Centre for Advanced Studies as a Junior Research Fellow.
He was recognized as a 2020 Student Scholar of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity by Kennesaw State University and was accepted as an oral presenter for the National Conference of Undergraduate Research for his work concerning Christina Rossetti’s poem, “Goblin Market,” focusing on the effects of 19th century British industrialization on literature. He has been recognized as a distinguished presenter for the “Rethinking Human Rights and Human Dignity in Times of Crisis Conference 2020,” detailing the importance of intertextuality and spatialization theory in exposing expressions of human right violations in literature.