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Frederick L. McElroy

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Associate Professor
Alma Mater: PhD, Indiana University Bloomington, 1987
Email: mcelroy@indiana.edu
Phone: 812.855.2248
Office: Memorial Hall East, M-27

Courses:

A141 Introduction to Composition and the Study of Black Literature I, A142 Introduction to Composition and the Study of Black Literature II, A249 Afro-American Autobiography, A379 Early Black American Writing, A380 Recent Black American Writing, A579 Early Black American Writing, A580 Recent Black American Writing, A591 Black Intellectual Traditions

Research:

Early black literature, black autobiography, black intellectual traditions, history and construction of black studies as an academic discipline.

Recent Publications:

“A History of Indiana University’s Afro-American Studies Department”, When Hope Unborn Had Died: Thirty Years of Helping Hoosiers Realize Their College Dreams, 1998.

“Booker T. Washington as Literary Trickster,” Southern Folklore, 1992.

Curriculum Vitae (PDF)