Books and films for children related to anti-racism
This spring 2019, I am teaching an introductory course on time and place in African American literature, culture, and history.
This course explores African American life and culture in New England, from the late eighteenth century to the early twentieth century.
This course explores the literary, social, historical, and political significance of narratives written by enslaved African Americans in the nineteenth century Atlantic world.
As a teacher, I aim to cultivate intellectual curiosity in the classroom by engaging powerful texts, emphasizing the art of dialogue and debate, and championing civic engagement.