Jacquelyn Y. McLendon

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Jacquelyn Y. McLendon is a professor of English and Black Studies at the College of William and Mary, and was associate chair of the Department of English from 1995-2001, in addition to being the first director the Africana Studies Program. She recieved her B.A. from Temple University and both her M.A. and Ph.D. from Case Western University. Her academic interests include "Twentieth-century African American literature, especially literature of the Harlem Renaissance and women's literature; Black British literature" [1]

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