Ajuan M Mance

Ajuan Mance
Professor of Ethnic Studies and English
Dean of Digital Learning and Innovation, Certificate for the Advancement of Digital Learning, Metz Chair for Excellence and Creativity in Teaching
Mills Hall 311

Professional Interests: African American literature, 19th-century American literature, US popular culture, the oral tradition in US literature, Black feminist thought, African American art

Curriculum Vitae

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At Mills Since 1999

Education

  • BA, Brown University
  • MA, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
  • PhD, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Faculty Office Hours, Fall 2018

Days Times Room
M 1:00 pm–2:30 pm Mills Hall Room 311

Fall 2020 Schedule

Day Time Course Title Room
TR11:00 am-12:15 pmFirst Year Seminar
TR1:00 pm-2:15 pmAfrican Amer Women's History

Courses Taught

  • ARTS 151: Advanced Drawing: Process as Content
  • ENG 043: Survey of African American Literature
  • ENG 080G: Comparative Ethnic Literature and Cultural Production
  • ENG 117: Representing Blackness: Film and Literature in Africa and the Diaspora
  • ENG 180C: The Black Radical Tradition: From Black Radical Abolitionism to Black Feminism
  • ENG 180E: Oakland Writers and Artists in Community and Context: We Are the Voices We have Been Waiting
  • ENG 180E: Oakland Writers and Artists in Community and Context: We Are the Voices We have Been Waiting For
  • ENG 180G: Comparative Ethnic Literature and Cultural Production
  • ENG 217: Representing Blackness: Film and Literature in Africa and the Diaspora
  • ENG 280C: The Black Radical Tradition: From Black Radical Abolitionism to Black Feminism
  • ENG 280E: Oakland Writers and Artists in Community and Context: We Are the Voices We have Been Waiting
  • ENG 280E: Oakland Writers and Artists in Community and Context: We Are the Voices We have Been Waiting For
  • ETHS 043: Survey of African American Literature
  • ETHS 052: African American Women's History
  • ETHS 090: Comparative Ethnic Literature and Cultural Production
  • ETHS 114: Representing Blackness: Film and Literature in Africa and the Diaspora
  • ETHS 150: Black Feminist Theory
  • SAW 001: Summer Academic Workshop for Leaders and Scholars