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David Dudley

photographer-birdy Professor of Literature

3304C Newton
dldudley@georgiasouthern.edu
912.478.5905

PhD, Louisiana State University, 1988

My research and writing interests are in African American literature. I am particularly interested in the literature of the Reconstruction and Jim Crow eras, 1870-1920. I’ve published three novels for middle grades and high school readers. All deal with African American characters and the challenges of being black in the 1920s, the 1940s, and the 1890s. I’ve just completed a new novel set in Selma, Alabama, during the 1965 voting rights marches. This new novel, titled How I Made it Over, has been sent to Clarion Books for editorial review and (I hope) acceptance for publication.
RECENT COURSES
World Literature II
Seminar in African American Literature
Survey of African American Literature
Senior Seminar
The Bible as Literature
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
cyinchains Cy in Chains.  New York: Clarion Books, 2013.
calebswars Caleb’s Wars.  New York: Clarion Books, 2011.
thebicycleman The Bicycle Man. New York: Clarion Books, 2005.

 

Last updated: 11/12/2015

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