Constance Bougie

Constance Bougie
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Tate 20
Research and Teaching

Areas of Study

  • Modern and Contemporary Literature
  • Creative Writing
  • Women's and Gender Studies in English

Pronouns: they/them/theirs

Constance Bougie received their bachelor’s in English with focuses in creative writing and LGBTQ+ studies from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. They’ve worked as a writing tutor there as well as here at the University of Missouri. They came to Mizzou to talk about James Joyce or something, but they’re currently interested in asexuality studies and rhetoric/composition studies.

Their undergraduate honors thesis on reading Joyce’s Ulysses is an anthology of critical and personal essays, poetry, drama, images, and fiction that can be read online here.

Awards and Honors

● 5th Annual Charlotte Nooe Memorial Creative Writing Scholarship (Poetry), 2017

● 6th Annual Charlotte Nooe Memorial Creative Writing Scholarship (Prose), 2018

● Undergraduate Student/Faculty Collaborative Research Grant for Strangers: A Novel of Stories, summer 2018

Selected Publications

“Pink Gauze, Cold Spirits: Asexual Criticism and Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway.” Oshkosh Scholar, vol. 14, April 2020.