Jennifer C. James is associate professor at George Washington University and author of A Freedom Bought with Blood: African American War Literature, the Civil War-World War II (2007). She is currently at work on two books, Captive Ecologies: The Environmental Afterlives of Slavery and Black Jack: Andrew Jackson and African American Cultural Memory. Her work has appeared in a range of journals and collections, including American Literary History, The African American Review, Feminist Studies, MELUS, Environmental Criticism for the Twenty-first Century, and Keywords in African American Studies.
Jennifer C. James; Dread. American Literature 1 December 2020; 92 (4): 689–696. doi: https://doi.org/10.1215/00029831-8780899
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