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december, 2017

07dec5:00 pmMarcellus Blount Reading from his memoir, Still HereIRWGS anniversary event

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About the Speaker

Marcellus Blount has taught at Columbia since 1985, where he teaches American and African-American literary and cultural studies. He has held fellowships at the Carter G. Woodson Institute at University of Virginia, the University of Pennsylvania where he was a Rockefeller Fellow, and Harvard University at the W. E. B. Du Bois Institute. More recently he was the Sterling Brown ’22 Visiting Professor of English at Williams College. His articles have appeared in a range of journals, including PMLA and Callaloo. He co-edited Representing Black Men and, more recently, has completed “Listening for My Name: African American Men and the Politics of Friendship.” His current project is a study of issues related to race and marriage equality.

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(Thursday) 5:00 pm

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