Fahima Indigo Ife is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English and affiliated faculty in African and African American Studies (AAAS) and Women’s and Gender Studies (WGS) at Louisiana State University. She earned her Ph.D. in Languages, Literacies, and Cultures from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She researches and teaches at the intersections of race and gender, sexuality, class, spirituality, and eroticism. She is working on a manuscript about 20th and 21st century Queer Black femme and non-binary media formations and everyday archive creations via singing and songwriting, storytelling, dancing, filmmaking, space making, protesting, conjuring, ignoring, healing, and remembering
Ife, F.I. (2012). Powerful writing: Promoting a political writing community of students. English Journal, 101(4), 64-69.
Ife, F.I. (2017, forthcoming). Perhaps a Black girl rolls her eyes: Because it’s one way she attempts to shift calcified pain throughout her body? Bank Street Occasional Paper Series.
Ife, F.I. (2017, under review). Love notes: A Black feminist incantation on queerotic literacies. In M. Haddix, D. Price-Dennis, & G.E. Muhammad (Eds.), Black Girls’ Literacies.
Ife, F.I. (in preparation). Memory: Becoming queer Black femme/non-binary (everyday) archivists.
Ife, F.I. (book in preparation). Biomythographies: Queer becoming in Black Femme/non-binary erotic formations.