Angeletta  Gourdine 
Associate Professor
Bachelor's Degree(s): Johnson C. Smith University
Master's Degree: North Carolina State
PhD: Michigan State
Phone: (225) 578-2986
Office: 212-M Allen Hall

Area of Interest

African diaspora studies and Women's Studies 

Awards & Honors

Southern Regional Educational Board Faculty Mentor of the Year, 1997.

Selected Publications

Books:

The Difference Place Makes: Gender Ethnicity and Diaspora Identity; Columbus: Ohio State UP, 2003

 

Essays: 

"The Body [as] Politic in Julie Dash's Daughters of the Dust." African American Review (2004); "Colored Readings; or, Interpretation and the Raciogendered Body" Reading Sites: Social Difference and Reader Response. Eds Patrocinio Schweickart and Elizabeth Flynn. Chicago: MLA, 2004; "Hearing Reading and Being Read by Beloved," NWSA Journal (1998)