Award-Winning Instructor

Cera teaches courses on U.S. Black literatures, race and ethnicity, and the human. They draw on over ten years of teaching experience as an instructor of record, co-teacher, teaching fellow, facilitator, and tutor to guide students with diverse training through Black literary and cultural studies. Cera has taught courses like “Black Life and the Human/Body,” “Who Is an African American?,” “U.S. Afro-Latinx Literatures,” “Writing Trauma,” and “Love and Hate in the U.S. South.” For their excellence in undergraduate teaching, Cera won Yale’s Prize Teaching Fellowship twice.