Melissa Louidor, BCRW Research Assistant

Letter to Zora Neale Hurston

Jan 4, 2017

Dear Zora, At twenty-one, by back is already perpetually sore. Every bend, twist, and turn ignites a dull pain deep in my bones. I have lived with this pain for a while now. Each year it has grown in intensity, reaching a new dimension, developing a new expression. I imagine a hole being dug at […]

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Katherine Acey, Melissa Louidor, Ntozake Shange, Zora Neale Hurston

Scholar and Feminist Online: 12.3-13.1
Fall 2015

Digital Shange

Kim F. Hall

The Digital Shange Project uses the works of Barnard alumna Ntozake Shange (BC ’70) and her recently donated archive to offer students a broader understanding of African diaspora, women’s history and feminist politics; an integrated study of the performing arts; and the potential for personal transformation.

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African diaspora, black feminism, Digital Shange, Ntozake Shange