Black Women, Black Church, and Self-Narratives





This reading-intensive course focuses on Black American women writers. It examines classic and contemporary memoir and autobiography in order to engage the variety and distinctiveness of Christian beliefs and practices. We will consider how race and gender inform representations of the self and how such representations speak to their social and religious contexts. Readings include work by Jarena Lee, Ellen Tarry, Pauli Murray, and others.

Additional Information

Faculty: Nyasha Junior
Semester: Full Fall Term
Time: Fri, 12:00 - 2:00 p.m. ET
HDS 2047