Associate Professor of English
Ph.D., Rutgers University
11 Sanborn House
Hanover, NH 03755
My primary interests are African American, Caribbean and other Black diasporic literatures. My current book project, “Laughing Across Borders,” examines the deployment of humor in various twentieth-century diasporic works. I am also passionate about reading and writing poetry.
“The Deployment of Humor, Song and Signifying in Asserting Black Diasporic Identity in Aimé Césaire’s A Tempest,” The Journal of Religion and Theatre, Fall 2005.
“Anja,” Inlet: Rutgers Literary Magazine, Spring 2002.
“Rialto,” “My Father,” The Prism, Colgate University, Spring 1999.
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