Dyanne K. Martin earned her PhD in Cultures, Languages, and Literatures and is an ISGAP Research Fellow, as well as a former student-scholar at Cornell University’s School of Criticism and Theory and the University of Miami’s Holocaust Studies Institute. A native of Jamaica, she embodies a multicultural background that fosters her deep interest in diasporic literatures across the Americas and leads her to examine overlooked spaces of healing and reconciliation in ethnic studies and conflicts. In addition to her work in Holocaust literature and contemporary antisemitism, other areas of her scholarship include classical rhetoric, visual rhetoric, and semiotics. Her peer-reviewed publications address identity performance in both Jewish and black communities, notions of voice in slave narratives, and immigrant experiences in Caribbean literature. Dr. Martin has a dual appointment as an assistant professor of both English and Education at Wheaton College. She has previously been awarded Professor of the Year and the John S. and James L. Knight Endowed Teaching Chair.