Sarah E. Ngoh
- Assistant Director of First Year Writing
African masculinities and nationalisms, Critical Hip Hop Pedagogy, Composition and Rhetoric, esp. using Hip Hop, Composition & Rhetoric Pedagogy, Protest Literatures, African & African American Literatures, Disability and Body Studies. Masculinities
Selected Presentations —
- 2019: “International African Writers Day” panelist, hosted by African and Caribbean Student Organization, University of Kansas,
- 2018: “The Repulsive, the Corrupt, and… the Good?: The Nigerian Big Man in Tricia Adaobi Nwaubani’s I Do Not Come to You by Chance,” 18th Annual Africa Conference, University of Texas at Austin.
- 2016: “Remembering the Dismembered: Armah’s ‘Dis-Abling’ Pan-African Masculinity,” Hall Center for the Humanities Resident Fellows Seminar, University of Kansas.
Grants & Other Funded Activity —
2021 Revolutionizing Academia Learning Community grant
- African Literature Association
- Modern Language Association
- Popular Culture Association
- Golden Key Honors Society
- National Conference on Black Studies