Dr. Brittany S. Hull is an interdisciplinary scholar from Chester, Pennsylvania, whose work centers Black women’s language and Black girl literacies. She holds a PhD in Composition and Applied Linguistics from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Hull is a 2017 CCCC Chair’s Memorial Scholar, and a recipient of the 2018 CCCC Scholars for the Dream award. Currently, her research examines the scholarly identity development of Black language speaking Black women teachers of English as they enter and navigate academia (specifically, the field of composition & rhetoric). She is a proud HBCU Alumna of The Lincoln University of Pennsylvania and member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. When not teaching, one can catch Dr. Hull reading, listening to new music, or hanging out with friends. With a teaching commitment to honoring Black language and helping students bring more of their whole selves to their writing, Dr. Hull is currently a Writing and Rhetoric Lecturer at Stanford University.
Antiracism in the Contemporary University
LARB presents a collection of essays from 12 experts on transforming the university to make it antiracist....