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Tiajuana L. Tillman

Morgan State University, USA


Tiajuana LaTanya Tillman is a Ph.D. candidate at Morgan State University. She holds a Master’s degree in English Literature from Howard University, a Master’s in Business Administration from Trinity Washington University, and she’s studied Critical Theories at Georgetown University. She is a Toni Morrison Scholar due to her scholastic capstone project/thesis: “Scholarship Established on Toni Morrison’s Works from 2000 to 2016,” and has become a 2SLGBTQ+ Existentialist due to her current research on trans identity politics and the(e) non-binary. Her specialties include Existentialism and Trans Identity Politics concerning the Black—as well as multi-cultural body, Gender Studies, Literary Theory, and Professional/Technical writing.

Her dissertation focuses on establishing the trans protagonist/individual as the existential hero—under the ideology of French Existentialist Jean Paul Sartre—along with the importance of expanding the canon to include the voices of oppressed and stigmatized transgender minorities. Tiajuana is a published author, a TEFL Instructor, a Doctoral Exams Coach, a WGST and LGBTQIA+ Council Advisor, the recipient of numerous honorary awards, and officer of several Greek organizations. She enjoys travelling cross-country and presenting at intriguing English/scholastically conferences.

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