Geoffrey MacDonald teaches postcolonial literary studies and academic writing. His current research theorizes the use of intersectionality to analyze cross-identity representations in Caribbean literature.
Geoffrey's doctoral dissertation, Liberation Textualities, compared spirituality, the body, and romance in Anglophone Caribbean and Indigenous North American fiction, poetry, and drama to reexamine the concept of resistance literature. His scholarly work appears in Radical Americas, Modern Drama, and the collection Practices of Resistance (2018). His student-centred teaching focuses on effective scholarly communications, active reading, and the appreciation of literary form. His interests include decolonial thinking, gender studies, and queer theory.