JRS "Radical Black Feminisms: Writing the Carceral State" creates digital anthology
April 3, 2018
Students in the English junior research seminar "Radical Black Feminisms: Writing the Carceral State" developed their final projects into a digital anthology. The collection of their critical and creative works in the course, taught by Tajah Ebram of the School of Arts and Sciences, comes from the intersections of black feminist thought, black women's writing, and study of the prison state.
Check out their digital anthology here.
Photo of Brianna Vizcaino, a junior in the course.