49 min

Respectability with Dr. Tara Green Black History for White People

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We interview Dr. Tara Green about respectability.
She's an award-winning teacher-mentor-scholar who has degrees in English from Louisiana State University (M.A., Ph.D) and Dillard University (BA). With nearly twenty-five years of teaching experience, she is currently Professor and former Director (2008-2016) of African American and African Diaspora Studies at the University of North Carolina in Greensboro. Her areas of research include Black gender studies, African American autobiographies and fiction (late nineteenth through contemporary), African women’s literature, African American parent-child relationships, and African Americans in the South. Believing that research should explore major issues of the day, she considers how literature reflects current social and political concerns.

Love, Activism, and the Respectable Life of Alice Dunbar-Nelson
See Me Naked: Black Women Defining Pleasure in the Interwar
www.drtaratgreen.com

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We interview Dr. Tara Green about respectability.
She's an award-winning teacher-mentor-scholar who has degrees in English from Louisiana State University (M.A., Ph.D) and Dillard University (BA). With nearly twenty-five years of teaching experience, she is currently Professor and former Director (2008-2016) of African American and African Diaspora Studies at the University of North Carolina in Greensboro. Her areas of research include Black gender studies, African American autobiographies and fiction (late nineteenth through contemporary), African women’s literature, African American parent-child relationships, and African Americans in the South. Believing that research should explore major issues of the day, she considers how literature reflects current social and political concerns.

Love, Activism, and the Respectable Life of Alice Dunbar-Nelson
See Me Naked: Black Women Defining Pleasure in the Interwar
www.drtaratgreen.com

For access to a private Facebook group, bonus content, full interviews, and the ability to vote for future topics, $5/month supports us at patreon.com/blackhistoryforwhitepeople.
Check us out on Twitter @BHforWP and Instagram @BlackHistoryForWhitePeople or freel free to email us at hello@blackhistoryforwhitepeople.com.

Start your own podcast with RedCircle today for free!


Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/black-history-for-white-people/donations

Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy

49 min

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