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Delores Amorelli holds a B.A in English and American Literature from the University of South Florida and an M.A. in English with a focus on Postcolonial Studies and Critical Theory from the University of Florida.
She has had experience in the field of education as an English instructor and has a history of producing teaching and course material for educational companies. In addition, Delores has a strong background in technical writing and has developed technical documentation for both small and large firms in the information technology, health care, legal, insurance, and financial industries.
She also has experience in writing website content, press releases and grants for local and national non-profit organizations. Her writing and research interests include pedagogy and multiculturalism, domestic and international politics, legal issues, postcolonial history and culture, environmental issues, and technology.
Her most recent publication is entitled, “Neither my presence nor my absence: The Crisis of Female Subjectivity in The Sun Hath Looked Upon Me,” published in Cameroon Literature in English: Critical Essays on Fiction and Drama.