Bellamy Mitchell

K. Bellamy Mitchell is a sixth-year PhD candidate in the Committee on Social Thought and the Department of English, with research interests in modern and contemporary poetry and poetics, phenomenology, psychoanalysis, ethics, Indigenous studies, and theories of language and law. In her dissertation, she articulates critical poetics of apology as a rhetorical and literary genre. Bellamy received her BA in English and Philosophy from Georgetown University, and her creative and critical writing has been published in Gulf Coast, Chicago Review, and Prodigal.