E. Anthony Hurley, Ph.D., Chair
Dr. Hurley’s research interests include: Francophone literature of the Caribbean and Africa, Caribbean Poetics, Caribbean American Literature, Caribbean Culture, and narrative theory and practice. Dr. Hurley introduced to Stony Brook and regularly teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Francophone literature of the Caribbean and Africa in French and in English translation, as well as courses in Caribbean and American Connections in Literature and narrative theory and construction. Publications include Constructing Incest Stories: Black Women’s Voices in Fact and Fiction (co-authored with Dorothy L. Hurley), Through a Black Veil: Readings in French Caribbean Poetry, and Migrating Words and Worlds: Pan-Africanism Updated (edited with Renée Larrier and Joseph McLaren). He previously taught for ten years at the University of the West Indies in Jamaica and Trinidad.
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Welcome to the Fall 2014 Semester!
For the most up-to-date information, pictures and relevant discussions, visit the new Stony Brook University Africana Studies Department Facebook page!
Congratulations to M.A. Candidate in Africana Studies Shevonne Cleveland who will be presenting a paper at the 2014 Oxford University Women's Leadership Symposium!
Check out assistant professor Zebulon Miletsky's recent discussion in HuffPost Live, "Race: More Than Skin Deep."
Congratulations to Associate Professor of Literature, Tracey L. Walters, who received the Outstanding Faculty Member Award from the Stony Brook University Chapter of the NAACP.
Congratulations to assistant professor Abena Asare who was awarded a 2014 Presidential Mini-Grant for Departmental Diversity.
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