LCA Next Stop: Comparative and World Literature

Thursday, March 09, 2017
Photo of Jessica Mejia in a bookstore

Upon entering SF State last fall, graduate student Jessica Mejia was immediately impressed by the support she received from faculty and peers. She represents the Comparative and World Literature Department in the fifth episode of the College of Liberal & Creative Arts’ video series, “Next Stop.”

“I feel everyone in my department has a way of expressing their passions and leaving room for you to express yours,” she says, “and support you in whatever it is you want to do.”

Mejia appreciates the autonomy that the department provides to students in building their areas of focus.

To complement her studies, she works for the International Flor y Canto Literary Festival, which provides a forum for emerging poets of the Mission District and Latino community. Mejia helps organize readings and workshops and manages its website.

LCA Next Stop

LCA Next Stop features interviews with students and faculty in the College of Liberal & Creative Arts. Enjoy showcases of schools and departments from multiple perspectives.

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Video directed by Hannah Anderson. Cinematography by Roger Habon. Edited by Anderson. Produced by the College of Liberal & Creative Arts’ Communications Team.




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