Anne Stewart received her PhD in English literature from the University of Texas at Austin. She teaches ASTU in the Coordinated Arts Program, and her classes usually cover 20th century and contemporary literature and culture. Her students debate and discuss the relationship between cities and people, climate change and capitalism, and race and class. She studies 20th and 21st c. U.S. fiction, with a focus on Indigenous literatures, critical ethnic studies, and the environmental humanities. Her work has been published in MELUS, Studies in American Indian Literatures, Contemporary Women’s Writing, and The E3W Review of Books, and The Routledge Handbook of CoFuturisms. Her first book is Angry Planet: Decolonial Fiction and the American Third World (University of Minnesota Press 2022). Angry Planet tracks the convergent representations of environmental disaster and anti-racist uprising in 1990s U.S. literature.