Sandra E. Jones

Sandra E. Jones

Assistant Professor

Mitchell Hall, 215B
(414) 229-4641
sejones@uwm.edu
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Degree:

Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Research Interests:

Black women's literary history with a focus on black women's reading and interpretive practices; black oral women's traditions; literacy and slavery

Teaching Interests:

African American Women's literature; literary tradition; and criticism; multicultural education; cross cultural literacy

Courses Offered:

Africol 100: Black Reality: Survey of African-American Society
Africol 192: Freshman Seminar: African American Life Stories
Africol 215: Black Social and Cultural Traditions
Africol 250: Black Women and White Women in the contemporary United States
Africol 565: Special Topics: Black Women Writers

Selected Publications:

Jay, Gregory S., and Jones, Sandra E.““The Grass Roots Approach to Curriculum Reform: The Cultures and Communities Program.” Creating a New Kind of University Anker Publishing. (2005) .
Jay, Gregory S., and Jones, Sandra E.“'Whiteness Studies and the Multicultural Literature Classroom'.” MELUS 30.2 University of Connecticut. (2005): 99-121.