- Ph.D., English and American Literature, Brandeis University, 1995
- M.A., English, University of Vermont, 1988
- B.A., Comparative Literature, Cornell University, 1980
Eve Allegra Raimon teaches nineteenth-century American and African American literature and culture, women and gender studies, and journalism. In 2019 she delivered the paper, “Reclaiming Memory: The Struggle for Restorative Justice in the State of Maine,” at the First International Gloria Anzaldúa Conference at the University of Paris. Also in 2019, she was accepted to The Macondo Writers Workshop in San Antonio Texas. In addition, Prof. Raimon received a faculty senate research grant for her work on place and public memory in African American memorials in New England. She is co-editor of the collection Harriet Wilson's New England: Race, Writing, & Region, with a forward by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. (University Press of New England, 2007) and author of The "Tragic Mulatta" Revisited: Race and Nationalism in Nineteenth-Century Antislavery Fiction (Rutgers University Press, 2004). Professor Raimon’s most recent publications include “Brutality and Brotherhood: James Baldwin and Prison Sexuality,” in a special issue on Baldwin in The African American Review. She is past president of the New England chapter of the American Studies Association.
American and African-American literary history, cultural studies, gender studies, Journalism, and Rhetoric