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FEBRUARY 6: Black Marks and Bridgerton: ReThinking Race and Writing in Romantic-era England

Black Marks and Bridgerton: ReThinking Race and Writing in Romantic-era England
Monday, February 6, 12 PM – 1 PM
909 Renaissance Park
Registration required, in-person and Zoom options available

The Faculty Works-in-Progress Series is sponsored by the Office of the Dean of the College of Social Sciences and Humanities and the Northeastern Humanities Center. Invited faculty share their research with staff, students, and faculty colleagues, followed by an interactive Q&A. Lunch is provided in 909 Renaissance Park for the in-person attendees.

This session is hosted by WGSS executive committee member Professor Nicole Aljoe (English, Africana Studies). Professor Aljoe’s research focuses on 18th and early 19th Century Black Atlantic and Caribbean literature with a specialization on the slave narrative and early novels. In addition to teaching in these areas, she has published articles on these topics in American Literary History, The Journal of Early American Literature, and African American Review.

Please Note: In-person attendance is ONLY open to Northeastern University students, staff, and faculty. Zoom Webinar is open to the general public. Once you register, you will immediately receive the Zoom link, as well as additional reminder emails prior to each event.

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