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The Compass: The Newsletter of the College of Humanities & Social Sciences
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Dr. Tanya Clark
clarkt@rowan.edu
856-256-4500 ext. 3482

Tanya Clark received her B.A. from Clark Atlanta University in 1993, her M.A. from the University of Rhode Island in 1995, and her Ph.D. in English with a Certification in Women's Studies from Temple University in 2004. She specializes in nineteenth- and twentieth-century American and African American literature, African American literary criticism, and Women's and Gender Studies, especially black feminism. She has published essays on Pauline Hopkins and is working on a book manuscript entitled Quilting the Race: Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins, the Colored American Magazine, and the African American Family, 1900-1905. She teaches surveys of African American literature, as well as seminars in African American women's fiction and African American speculative fiction, Women's Literature, and Literary Studies for English Majors.