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R Morris Levine is mostly an essayist. He writes between the absurd, the everyday, and the queer: the absurd–everyday, the everyday–absurd, the queer–quotidian, the quotidian–queer, the queerly absurd, and the absurdly queer. He is the editor of Zolo (zolo.press), a publisher of books by artists; a member of the editorial collective of Women & PerformanceA Journal of Feminist Theory; and a second-year doctoral student in the Graduate Program in Literature, with certificates in African & African American Studies and Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies. R holds a master’s in Art and the Public Domain from Harvard University, a bachelor’s in Fine Art and Science, Technology, and Society from the University of Pennsylvania, and a certificate from the School of Criticism & Theory at Cornell University.

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PH.D Literature, Duke University, 2023–. Certificates in African & African American Studies and Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies.

SCT Certificate, School of Criticism & Theory, Cornell University, 2022. First Prize, Diacritics Essay Competition.

M.DES Art and the Public Domain, Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, 2021. Distinction. Gerald M. McCue Medal. Bok Teaching Certificate in Critical Pedagogy.


B.A. Science, Technology, and Society; Fine Art, University of Pennsylvania, 2017. Society of the College Prize. Summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa.