Dyanne K. Martin, Ph.D., is a native of Jamaica, a country in which the joining of peoples of differing ethnic ancestries has provided her with a unique cultural perspective on issues of race. Her multicultural background 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 studies and contemporary antisemitism, other areas of her scholarship include classical rhetoric, visual rhetoric, and semiotics. Her 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.