Flanagan, Brenda A.

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FLANAGAN, Brenda A.

FLANAGAN, Brenda A. Trinidadian, b. 1948. Genres: Novels, Plays/Screenplays. Career: Tuskegee Institute, AL, assistant professor, 1978-81, Tuskegeean (alumni newspaper), editor, 1982-83; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, editor of Undergraduate Admissions Newsletter and other publications, 1983-85, editor of CAAS Newsletter, 1988-90; Washtenaw Community College, Ann Arbor, MI, instructor, 1986-94; Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, lecturer, 1986-89; Eastern Michigan University English Language and Literature Department, Ypsilanti, professor, 1989-96; Davidson College, Davidson, NC, professor of English and associate director of ethnic studies, 1996-. Center for African-American Studies, University of Michigan, adjunct professor, 1986-90; University of Hawaii, Honolulu, visiting professor, 1994; Davidson College, NC, visiting professor, 1994; Greenhills School (private prep school), associate faculty, 1991-; Adrian College, MI, adjunct professor, 1991-; makes appearances reading fiction aloud and at creative writing workshops. Publications: When the Jumbie Bird Calls (a play), 1989; You Alone Are Dancing (a novel), 1990. Author of short stories, essays, and poetry published in periodicals and anthologies. Address: English Department, Davidson College, Davidson, NC 28036, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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