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. She is also working on a second project on the Latinx Radical Tradition.
“King Comus” and the Elasticity of the Neo-Slave Narrative
Renee Hudson appraises William Demby’s experimental novel “King Comus” in the context of black speculative fiction and the neo-slave narrative....