Category: karla holloway
+ african american literature, alabama literature, alice walker, american literature, andré m carrington, charles chesnutt, Darryl Dickson-Carr, early american literature, elizabeth key, ernest j gaines, frank yerby, gayl jones, hal bennett, harriet jacobs, interracial intimacy, john a williams, karla holloway, keith bardwell, Literature, louisiana literature, loving v. virginia, mississippi literature
Over the past year, I have been thinking about a project that am currently working on. The project involves examining African American texts from the 1960s and 1970s that center on interracial relationships. I chose this time period because the Supreme Court struck down anti-miscegenation laws in 1967 in Loving v. Virginia; however, even forty years later, racist individuals still disapproved of interracial relationships. … Read More Interracial Intimacy and “Loving v. Virginia” Syllabus
+ a darkness at ingarahm's crest, african american literature, american literature, early american literature, ernest j gaines, frank yerby, gillian, karla holloway, of love and dust, Pedagogy, southern literature, the dahomean, tumblr, Uncategorized, whitney plantation
This past year, close to one hundred posts have appeared on Interminable Rambling. With the end of 2016 in our rear-view mirror, I want to take the opportunity to highlight my five favorite posts from last year. You can see my favorite posts from 2015 as well. The posts from 2016 ranged in subject matter from pop culture and music to pedagogical approaches in … Read More My Five Favorite Posts from 2016
Richard Perry Loving and Mildred Jeter Loving If Sydney Bonbon found Marcus and Louise engaged in sexual activity, Aunt Margaret thought about what she would tell the Cajun overseer on Hebert Plantation. She knows that she would not be scared; instead, she would stand her ground and tell him, “I was doing it for your child [Tite]. If you want kill me for protecting … Read More Interracial Relationships and Children in "Of Love and Dust"