Julius B. Fleming, Jr.
Dissertation Advisor(s): Thadious Davis
"Staging Civil Rights: African American Literature, Performance, and Innovation"
University of Maryland, Assistant Professor (20th-Century/African American Literature)
(A.M., English, University of Pennsylvania, B.A., English, Tougaloo College) Julius Fleming, Jr.'s interests include performance and civil rights, race and terror, citizenship and theories of the body, and southern and cultural studies.
In 2010, Julius organized “Intersections: A Conversation Between African- and Asian-American Studies,” an interdisciplinary conference held at Penn, with two graduate colleagues. He is the 2010 recipient of Penn's Fontaine Outstanding Scholar Award.