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Contributors Regina N. Bradle is y an Assistant Professor of African American Literature at Armstrong State University and alumna Nasir Jones HipHop Fellow at Harvard University .Her research interest s include race and sound studies, hip hop studies, and the post-Civil Rights American South. She is currently nishi fi ng her rst fi academic book, Chronicling Stankonia: OutKast and the Rise of the Hip Hop South. Dr. Bradley can be reached at www.redclayscholar.com. Jennifer Brandt is an assistant professor of English and the Director of Women’s and Gender Studies at High Point University .Her research focus is identit y and contemporary narrative, and she is the co-author of An Introduction to US Popular Culture: People, Power, and Politics. Andrew Connolly is an instructor at Trinity College in the University of Toronto. He has published articles in CEA Critic, American Periodicals, and the Canadian Review of American Studies. He completed his doctorate in English at Carleton University ,and his dissertation examined Pentecostal deconversion narratives. His current research examines the marketing and promotion of books as “spiritual.” Jaydn DeWald is a writer ,teacher ,musician, and the author of two forthcoming chapbooks, The Rosebud Variations: And Other Variations (Greying Ghost, 2017) and In http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Southern Literary Journal University of North Carolina Press

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University of North Carolina Press
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Copyright © 2008 the Southern Literary Journal and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of English.
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Abstract

Regina N. Bradle is y an Assistant Professor of African American Literature at Armstrong State University and alumna Nasir Jones HipHop Fellow at Harvard University .Her research interest s include race and sound studies, hip hop studies, and the post-Civil Rights American South. She is currently nishi fi ng her rst fi academic book, Chronicling Stankonia: OutKast and the Rise of the Hip Hop South. Dr. Bradley can be reached at www.redclayscholar.com. Jennifer Brandt is an assistant professor of English and the Director of Women’s and Gender Studies at High Point University .Her research focus is identit y and contemporary narrative, and she is the co-author of An Introduction to US Popular Culture: People, Power, and Politics. Andrew Connolly is an instructor at Trinity College in the University of Toronto. He has published articles in CEA Critic, American Periodicals, and the Canadian Review of American Studies. He completed his doctorate in English at Carleton University ,and his dissertation examined Pentecostal deconversion narratives. His current research examines the marketing and promotion of books as “spiritual.” Jaydn DeWald is a writer ,teacher ,musician, and the author of two forthcoming chapbooks, The Rosebud Variations: And Other Variations (Greying Ghost, 2017) and In

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The Southern Literary JournalUniversity of North Carolina Press

Published: Jun 15, 2017

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