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Unghosting Apparitional Histories

Erasures of Black Lesbian Feminism

Michelle Moravec, Author

This comment was written by DaMaris Hill (@digifeminist) (@damarishill) on 9 Dec 2013.

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Looking at the Legacy

Learning with Lucille Clifton and Sonia Sanchez, I am very familiar with Dr. Hull and her scholarship. I often take her research into consideration when I consider Black Feminist Writers and the ways their writings contextualize the human experience.

With that said, I am ecstatic about this project and what it adds to the respective disciplinary and interdisciplinary scholarship.

When considering non-dominant and marginalized subject matter, such as black feminist/feminist histories and writings, erasure has been a longstanding issue.

I appreciate learning about Bonnie Johnson and her connections. I hope that this specific project will be available for the next 30, 40, 100 years. It seems each generation about black feminist scholarship dominated by recovery work and associated research. This particular work a.) addresses issues of erasure and b.) propels black feminist/feminist scholarship in new directions. #kudos.
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Beyond the Footnotes (9 December 2013)
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