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Kate Dossett

Tragic Masculinity: The Intersectionality of the Mixed-Race Male in Jessie Fauset’s ‘Plum Bun’ and Jean Toomer’s ‘Cane’

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Navigating Dislocation: The Modernist Diasporic Voice of Gwendolyn Bennett

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“De Nigger Woman Is De Mule Uh De World”: Intersecting Oppressions and Their Resistance in Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God.

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The Workshop as the Work: White Anti-Racism Activism in 1970s United States

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African American Women of the ‘Harlem Renaissance’: Gender, Networks and Patronage

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