This post is just a reminder that next week, as part of our bimonthly series of Focus Weeks, we will be featuring a number of posts focused on Saul Bellow. I’ll have more to say about this event in my kick-off post next Monday. I’m reminding our readership of it today just in case there’s anyone out there interested in writing a guest post on Bellow. If you are, please contact me or one of the other regular bloggers.
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Robert Greene II
December 3, 2017
The Continuing Mission of Black Intellectuals: Stamped From the Beginning and African American HistorySomething that caught my eye when reading Ibram Kendi’s excellent Stamped From the Beginning was his admonition early in the book about for whom he was writing. Kendi insisted that Read more
March 21, 2016
A Woman’s Work: Bradstreet & BeyondProfessor Helen Stuart Campbell could not vote, so she took America to task in print. Between 1881 and 1918, Campbell published books and articles describing women as “prisoners of poverty” Read more
December 28, 2017