Tag Archives: Ezra Greenspan
Listen to a podcast by Professor Ezra Greenspan at the Rare Book School (University of Virginia), about African American biography. Find it here: http://bit.ly/W0R75U Prof. Greenspan teaches 19th and 20th Century American Literature in the Department of English at SMU.
Ezra Greenspan, the Edmund and Louise Kahn Chair in Humanities, Professor of English, and former Chair of the SMU English Department, has this year been awarded dual fellowships by the National Humanities Center (NHC) and the National Endowment for the … Continue reading
This year is bittersweet, as is any year in which we face the retirement of a long-time colleague, great teacher, and friend. Despite our sorrow over Charlie Smith’s departure, we are excited for him as he begins new projects and, … Continue reading
Angela Ards, recipient of a fellowship at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, is working on her book, Affirmative Acts: The Ethics of Self-Fashioning in Contemporary African American Women’s Autobiography. Irina Dumitrescu presented Troubling Teaching in Cynewulf’s Elene at the … Continue reading