Teaching at Kennesaw State since Fall 2008
Education: Doctor of Philosophy in African –American Studies (2008), Temple University
Other Affiliations or Positions: Jointly appointed in African & African Diaspora Studies and Affiliated with Gender & Women Studies
Specializations: Black Women Writers; African-American Literature & Culture; and Black Feminist Thought Courses Regularly Taught: ENGL 3500 (Topics in African American Literature), ENGL 3360 (Major African-American Writers), AADS 2100 (Introduction to African &African Diaspora Studies), GWST 3020 (The Black Woman); and ENGL 2110 (World Literature).
Most Recent or Most Important Publications: “If You See My Scars, You Will Feel My Pain: The Significance of Scarification in the Private Narrative Fiction of Black Women Writers.” The Zora Neale Hurston Forum, Volume XVIII (2004): 27-35. “Black Feminist Thought: Knowledge, Consciousness and the Politics of Empowerment” by Patricia Hill Collins.” Encyclopedia of Black Studies. Thousand Oaks CA: Sage Publications, 2004.
M.A., Northeastern University
M.A., Temple University
Ph.D., Temple University
B.A., Kennesaw State University