Renee Hudson

Renee Hudson is an assistant professor of Latinx literature in the English department and an affiliated faculty member in the Latino Studies Program at the University of Massachusetts Boston. A former University of California Chancellor's Postdoctoral Fellow at UCSD, she is currently at work on a project that considers the hemispheric role of revolution in shaping US literature.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

“King Comus” and the Elasticity of the Neo-Slave Narrative
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