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Drama for "Neglected People": Recovering Anna Julia Cooper's Dramatic Theory and Criticism from the Shadows of W.E.B. Du Bois and Alain Locke
Anna Julia Cooper is entitled to a more prominent placement in history, particularly theatre history where she has been all but neglected. Commonly referred to as the “female W.E.B. Du Bois,”1 andExpand
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Penumbra: The Premier Stage for African American Drama by Macelle Mahala (review)
gates censorship in tricky ways, neither wholly acquiescent nor wholly defiant, in order to circulate queer meanings in the public sphere. Yet, in the interest of understanding such circulation asExpand
Stepping Up: Reflections on the ATHE 2018 Plenary and Pedagogy Clinic
On August 4, 2018, Monica White Ndounou and Nicole Hodges Persley conducted the “Pedagogy Clinic: Implementing Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion at Every Level” workshop as the second element of aExpand
Encountering Black Culture in Acting Classrooms and Beyond
I enter the classroom as an African American woman with production, performance, research, and teaching experiences, all of which guide my pedagogical approach. I recognize my intrinsic value, asExpand