Who's That Lady?: Black Female Subjectivity, Sexuality and Femininity.
1999-00English & American Literature, Princeton University Return to All Fellows
Claudia Tate drafted two chapters for her book project under the working title “Who’s That Lady?: Black Female Femininity, Subjectivity, and Sexuality”; an article entitled “The Enigma of Black Femininity in Kenneth Macpherson’s Borderline (1930)” (under review); and an introduction to Ann duCille’s “The Occult of True Black Womanhood,” which will be included in American Literary Methodologies, edited by Claudia Stokes and Michael Elliott (Columbia University Press, forthcoming). Tate is Professor of English and African American Studies, Princeton University.