Emanuela Kucik

Emanuela Kucik is an assistant professor of English and Africana Studies and the co-director of the Africana Studies Program at Muhlenberg College. Her interdisciplinary research explores the intersections of literature, race, genocide, and human rights violations, and her forthcoming book explores how Black populations have used the concept of genocide to write about anti-Black violence. She received her PhD and MA in English from Princeton University, along with a Doctoral Graduate Certificate in African American Studies. She received her BA with Highest Distinction from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 


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The Literary Redline

Emanuela Kucik reviews Richard Jean So’s data history of racism in American publishing....

The Literary Redline
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