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Britney earned her Master's in English Literature from Auburn University
in 2020. During her time at Auburn University, she worked in Ralph
Draughon Library Special Collections and archives curating The Wade Hall
Paperback Collection exhibit and The Wade Hall 20th Century Paperback
Digital Collection. She was a Rare Book School NEH-GBHI
scholarship recipient in 2019, attending the Rare Book School course "The
History of the Book in America: A Survey from Colonial to Modern"
summer 2019. Britney is interested in film, literature, and book history
as mediums that address disability, trauma, and exploitation. In her
research, she has found herself concerned with characters’
relationship to the body and identity individually, but also societally
when disability, trauma, and/or exploitation occurs.
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