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Scholar Fierce: Why go to the African Literature Association Conference

As I look forward to my next project, I am curious about the ways that it bears implications for fields I hadn’t carefully considered. For instance, literature written by Blacks in America has always had a specific national context, but … Continue reading

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Political Flesh IX: Recovering Flesh

It was 6 pm on Monday night. I had just come from a talk by two Bates students who received the prestigious Phillips Fellowship. They spoke about their research: one volunteered with an NGO that assists HIV/AIDS patients in Mbeya, … Continue reading

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