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NW OHIO JOURNAL

African American Gothic Literary Culture

  • Aired: 03/14/2013
  • 26:50
  • Rating: NR
African Americans over the past 200 years have not needed to read stories about ghosts and haunted mansions to experience horror. Host Steve Kendall sits down to talk with Dr. Maisha Wester, an Assistant Professor of English and American Culture Studies at Bowling Green State University who has written "African American Gothic: Screams From Shadowed Places"
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