Dr. Ernest L. Gibson III of Rhodes’ Department of English discusses the novel’s themes of gender, family, and survival in an interview with Memphis Reads.
Students in two Rhodes classes will get the opportunity to engage with Dr. Vincent Wimbush, a scholar of religion and the 2015 Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar.
Ernest L. Gibson III joined the Rhodes College Department of English in 2012 after earning his Ph.D. from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and completing his tenure as the Thurgood Marshall Fellow of African and African American Studies at Dartmouth College. His teaching and research interests include African American literature, Male Studies, Black Popular Culture and Literary/Cultural Theory. Vita
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Dr. Ernest L. Gibson III was invited by Leadership Memphis and the Memphis Talent Dividend to speak on the higher education achievement gap among African American males.
Each summer, Rhodes magazine asks three faculty members to share their summer reading list.
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