Literature

Freedom Beyond Confinement: interview with Michael Ra-shon Hall

Using the paradox of freedom and confinement to frame the ways travel represented both opportunity and restriction for African Americans,¬†Freedom Beyond Confinement, the latest in Clemson University Press's African American Literature series, examines the cultural history of African American travel and the lasting influence of travel on the imagination from post Reconstruction (ca. 1877) to … Continue reading