Book Discussion on Daughters of the Diaspora
Professor DeCosta-Willis talked about her book, Daughters of the Diaspora: Afra-Hispanic Writers, a history of the literature of female… read more
Professor DeCosta-Willis talked about her book, Daughters of the Diaspora: Afra-Hispanic Writers, a history of the literature of female Hispanic writers of African descent, focusing on African-descended Hispanics of the Caribbean and Central and South America. She also read from the book and answered audience members' questions. close
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