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Sandra Jones

Lecturer
 Mitchell Hall 215A

Education

PhD, English (Literary Studies), University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee

Research Interests

Black women’s literary interpretive practice
Masking traditions in African-American women’s creative expression
African American knowledge systems
Reading and oral literacy during antebellum era

Course Sampling

Africology 100: Black Reality: Survey of African-American Society
Africology 215: Black Social and Cultural Traditions
Africology 250: Black and White Women in Contemporary American
Africology 372: Literary Movements: The Harlem Renaissance
Africology 414: Black Women in America, Africa, and the Caribbean
Africology 851: African-American Literary Criticism and Theory

Selected Publications

Jones, S. E. (2014, April (2nd Quarter/Spring)). "Reading Under Cover of the Veil: Oral and Textual Literacies in Antebellum America". Community Literacy Journal, De Paul University Department of Writing, Rhetoric, & Discourse, 8(2).
Jay, G. S., & Jones, S. E. (2005). Whiteness Studies and the Multicultural Literature Classroom. MELUS, 30(2), 99-121.