Margo Natalie Crawford, Associate Professor

Fall 2000-Spring 2010: On Leave

 

Brief Bio
Margo Natalie Crawford's research and teaching interests include twentieth century African American literature, African American cultural movements, intersections of race, gender, and sexuality, theories of the black diaspora, and African American visual culture. Trained in Yale University 's American Studies program, she is the author of Dilution Anxiety and the Black Phallus (2008) and the coeditor, with Lisa Gail Collins, of New Thoughts on the Black Arts Movement ( Rutgers, 2006).


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