Many notable African Americans hailed from Memphis, including Veronica Coleman, Tennessee’s first black U.S. Attorney General. In her book Notable Black Memphians, Miriam DeCosta-Willis (a notable African American herself as the first faculty member of Memphis State University) provides a biographical and historical study which traces the evolution of a major Southern city through the… Continue reading #BlackHistoryMonth: In Celebration
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The Cambria Studies in Contemporary Global Performing Arts by John Clum (Duke University) has a few new exciting additions: Black Medea: Adaptations for Modern Plays by Kevin J. Wetmore Gay Drama Now: An Anthology by John M. Clum Performance, Theatre, and Society in Contemporary Nicaragua by Alberto Guevara The Films of Ousmane Sembène: Discourse, Politics,… Continue reading Cambria Press MLA Contemporary Global Performing Arts Highlights!
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