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Journal Articles

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“Whiteness in African American Antebellum Literature: An Enduring Imprint in the Lived and Literary Imagination.” Accepted. South Atlantic Review

 

"American Studies and the Racial Fault Line," Forum Response to Sebastian Weier's "Consider Afro-Pessimism." Amerikastudien  59.3 (2014): 439 - 442.

 

“Maps, Mythologies and Identities: Zombies and Contra-Anglo Spirituality in Edwidge Danticat’s Breath, Eyes, Memory and Angie Cruz’s Soledad.”  PALARA (Publication of the Afro-Latin/American Research Association) 17 (Fall 2013): 1 -12.

 

“The Enigmatic “Clear Black” in William Wells Brown’s Clotel,” CLAJ 56.2 (December 2012): 170 - 183.

 

“From David Walker to President Obama: Tropes of the Founding Fathers in African American Discourses of Democracy, or the Legacy of Ishmael.” 56 (2012) American Studies Journal (Center for American Studies, Harle-Wittenberg, Germany). http://asjournal.zusas.uni-halle.de:8001/workplace/235.html.

 

“Memory, Ancestors, and Activism/Resistance in Charles Chesnutt’s Uncle Julius.” Studies in the Literary Imagination 43.2 (Fall 2010): 31- 45.

 

“Conflicting Epistemological Selves in the Narratives of Frederick Douglass.” CLAJ 52.1 (September 2008): 13-37.

 

“Maps, Mythologies and Identities: Zombies and Contra-Anglo Spirituality in Edwidge Danticat’s Breath, Eyes, Memory and Angie Cruz’s Soledad.” Black Magnolias Literary Journal  3.1 (March-May 2009): 5-19.

 

“Of Providence and Rhetoric: The Failure of Alexander Crummell’s Anglo-African Nationalism.” Slavery and Colonialism in the Atlantic World Spec. issue of  Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History 5.3 (2004).  

 

“In the Beginning There Was Death: Spiritual Desolation and the Search for Self in Jamaica Kincaid’s Autobiography of My Mother.” South Central Review 20 (Summer-Winter 2003), 2-23.

 

“Black Female Protagonists and the Abstruse Racialized Self in Antebellum African American Fiction.”  Womanist Theory and Research  3.2/4.1 (2001/20002): 50-56.

 

"Reworking the Conversion Narrative: Race and Christianity in Our Nig."  MELUS  24 (Summer 1999), 3-27.