FlashBlack: TSU Faculty Contribute to Encyclopedia of African American Popular Culture

TSU Faculty Among Contributing Writers for Encyclopedia of African American Popular Culture

Archived on 12 May 2011.

Six Tennessee State University faculty members are among the contributing writers for the Encyclopedia of African American Popular Culture, recently published by ABC-CLIO/Greenwood Press.

Faculty with featured writings include Glenda Alvin, associate professor and assistant director for Collection Management, Brown-Daniel Library; Dr. Rebecca Dixon, associate professor, Languages, Literature and Philosphy; Dr. Helen Houston, professor, Languages, Literature and Philosophy; Fletcher Moon, associate professor and head reference librarian, Brown-Daniel Library; Jewell Parham, instructor, Languages, Literature and Philosophy; and Elizabeth Ann Williams, assistant professor, Public Health.

Dr. Jessie Carney Smith, dean of the John Hope and Aurelia Franklin Library/William and Camille Cosby Professor in the Humanities at Fisk University, served as the editor for the Encyclopedia if African American Popular Culture and solicited the services of nearly 150 persons as contributing writers to the work.



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