Publications

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Jan 2017

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Essays are central to students’ and teachers’ development as thinkers in their fields. In Crafting Presence, Nicole B. Wallack develops an approach to teaching writing with the literary essay that holds promise for writing students, as well as for achieving a sense of common purpose currently lacking among professionals in composition, creative writing, and literature.

Mar 2017

Ph.D. Candidate Liz Bowen has written her first book of poetry, Sugarblood. Like Bowen’s scholarly work, the collection is rooted in disability and human-animal studies, areas of inquiry, Bowen explains, that are bound by a related set of questions: “What does it mean to embody animality in the face of dehumanizing histories and politics?

Mar 2017

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Apr 2017

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May 2017

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Jun 2017

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In 1941 Thelonious Monk and Kenny Clarke copyrighted “Epistrophy,” one of the best-known compositions of the bebop era. The song’s title refers to a literary device—the repetition of a word or phrase at the end of successive clauses—that is echoed in the construction of the melody. Written two decades later, Amiri Baraka’s poem “Epistrophe” alludes slyly to Monk’s tune. Whether it is composers finding formal inspiration in verse or a poet invoking the sound of music, hearing across media is the source of innovation in black art.

Aug 2017

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Nov 2017

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Not only were more African slaves transported to South America than to North, but overlapping imperialisms and shared resistance to them have linked Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean for over five centuries. Yet despite the rise in transatlantic, oceanic, hemispheric, and regional studies, and even the growing interest in South-South connections, the South Atlantic has not yet emerged as a site that captures the attention it deserves.

Dec 2017

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Dec 2017

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