DePaul has approved a SECOND pop romance class, this one taught by Julie Moody-Freeman. "Romance, Gender, and Race" ABD 221, Spring term.— Eric Selinger (@emselinger) January 28, 2016
I can't find any more details yet on DePaul's website but Julie E. Moody-Freeman is:Poster features novels by Brenda Jackson, Sandra Kitt, Suzanne Brockmann (Harvard's Education) and The Brightest Day anthology. #ABD221— Eric Selinger (@emselinger) January 28, 2016
an Associate Professor in African and Black Diaspora Studies. She received her Ph.D. in Literature and Cultural Studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her teaching and research interests include studies in Black Feminist Theory, the Rhetoric of Colonialism and Post-Colonialism, African American popular romance fiction, and Black Speculative fiction.
Moody-Freeman’s publications include co-edited books The Black Imagination, Science Fiction, and the Speculative (Routledge, 2011) and The Black Imagination: Science Fiction, Futurism, and the Speculative (Peter Lang, 2011) as well as a co-edited special issue of African and Black Diaspora Studies: an international journal (Routledge, July 2015) on “Remapping the Black Atlantic: Diaspora, (Re) Writings of Race and Space.”