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Anwar Uhuru, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Graduate Faculty


Department
English
Office
The Great Hall Annex 404
Phone
732-263-5665
Email
auhuru@monmouth.edu
Office Hours
Office hours by appointment.

Anwar Uhuru, Ph.D.

Education

Ph.D., St. John's University

Ed.M., Columbia University

M.A., Marygrove College

B.A., Marygrove College

Research Interests

Research interests in Afro-Diaspora Literature and Culture, African American Intellectual History, Critical Race Theory, Gender and Sexuality Theory, and Indigenous Religions.

Publications

Forthcoming

“Imbedded Belongingness and Black Being.” The North Meridian Review. Spring 2020.

“Black Surveillance and Sousveillance and the Anagrammatical Black Muslim Queer.”

Professional Associations

African American Literature and Culture Society, The International Society for the Study of Narrative, and The Caribbean Philosophical Association.

Additional Information

Service: Editorial Advisory Board Member for the Journal: Africana Studies Review.

Board Member for: In my mind peoples of color Mental Health Annual Conference

Courses

Frequently Taught Classes

  • Gender and Global Culture (PR 411)
  • Literature II: Neoclassical to the Present (EN 202)

Recently Taught Classes

2022 Spring

  • Literature II: Neoclassical to the Present - EN 202

2021 Fall

  • Introduction to African-American Studies - AA 246
  • Literature II: Neoclassical to the Present - EN 202
  • Twentieth Century African American Literature - EN 331

2021 Summer A

  • Gender and Global Culture - PR 411

2021 Spring

  • African Diaspora Literatures - EN 421
  • Literary Studies for English Majors - EN 226
  • Literature II: Neoclassical to the Present - EN 202

2020 Fall

  • Gender and Global Culture - PR 411
  • Literature II: Neoclassical to the Present - EN 202
  • Restoration and Augustan Literature - EN 310

2020 Summer B

  • Literature II: Neoclassical to the Present - EN 202

2020 Spring

  • Literature II: Neoclassical to the Present - EN 202
  • Seminar in English - EN 491

2019 Fall

  • Literature II: Neoclassical to the Present - EN 202