Teaching


Artwork: If she doesn't say anything then it never happened (2012) - Toyin Odutola, three-color lithograph with colored pencil additions
Photo Courtesy of Q. Aunrika Tucker-Shabazz, Williams College ’17. Artwork: If she doesn’t say anything then it never happened (2012). Toyin Odutola, three-color lithograph with colored pencil additions

I teach courses in contemporary francophone literature and culture, and writings by women in the African diaspora. My goal in the classroom is to empower students to make connections between course materials and their own experiences. My teaching, like my research, is highly interdisciplinary, drawing on tools and methods from literary studies, history and digital humanities.

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