Instructor of Humanities
Daysha Pinto is a 4th-year PhD student at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She specializes in Rhetoric and Composition with a Secondary focus on African American Studies. Daysha received a M.A. in English Education from the University of Puerto Rico where she successfully defended her thesis on Phillis Wheatley’s use of rhetorical communities. Her research interests include 19th century Abolitionist texts, Caribbean literatures, and Transnational Feminisms. Daysha has six years of teaching experience as an instructor of record and has taught an array of courses ranging from first-year composition to Global Literature, Introduction to Narrative, and 19th century British and American Literature. In her spare time, Daysha enjoys playing video games, cooking, and quoting The Office in everyday conversations.
M.A. in English Education