Languages and Literature Department announces published works
Faculty from the Department of Languages and Literature recently published several scholarly and creative contributions to journals and books this semester. The following is a list of their publications.
- Tiffany Akin, LaToya Jefferson-James and Dr. Loretta McBride contributed to the Encyclopedia of the Black Arts Movement (Rowman and Littlefield, 2019), edited by Verner Mitchell. Akin wrote a chapter on sexual identity and the Black Arts Movement; Jefferson-James contributed essays on Malcom X, Una Marson and the Deacons of Defense and Justice; and McBride wrote about the poetry of Malcom X and other Civil Rights era authors.
- Susanna Jackson’s short story “Lunch Break” was published in the February edition of the journal, The Passed Note. Jackson’s story centers on a teenager who battles an eating disorder.
- Candace Jones published an article in the Journal of Evidence-Based Practices for Schools.
- Adam Sneed reviewed The Age of Analogy: Literature and Science Between the Darwins (Johns Hopkins, 2016), by Devin Griffiths, for the journal, Studies in Romanticism 57.4 (Winter 2018).
Congratulations to our faculty on their scholarly contributions!