Mclaughlin, Andrée Nicola
MCLAUGHLIN, Andrée Nicola
MCLAUGHLIN, Andrée Nicola. Also writes as Andrée Nicola. American, b. 1948. Genres: Poetry, Area studies, Women's studies and issues, Essays. Career: University of London Institute of Education, England, distinguished visiting scholar, 1986; Hamilton College, Clinton, NY, distinguished visiting professor of women's studies, 1989-91; City University of New York, Medgar Evers College, professor of humanities, 1974-92, chair of special programs, 1977-79, dean of administration, 1979-82, professor of languages, literature & philosophy and professor of interdisciplinary studies, 1992-; International Cross-Cultural Black Women's Studies Institute, coordinator, 1987-; Universal Skills Institute, director, 1996-97; Office of International Women's Affairs, director, 1997-2001, Dr. Betty Shabazz Distinguished Chair in Social Justice, 2001-. Publications: (ed. with J.M. Braxton) Wild Women in the Whirlwind: Afra-American Culture and the Contemporary Literary Renaissance (essays), 1990; Through the Barrel of Her Consciousness: Contemporary Black Women's Literature and Activism in Cross-Cultural Perspective, 1993; Double Dutch! (poetry), 1993. Address: Department of Languages, Literature & Philosophy, CUNY, Medgar Evers College, 1650 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11225-2201, U.S.A.