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Judah-Micah Lamar

Judah-Micah Lamar, M.A.
Instructor of English
238 Madison Hall
(757) 823-8891
jlamar@nsu.edu

Interests: Judah-Micah Lamar is a PhD candidate at Old Dominion University. His dissertation focuses on narratives of free Black women in antebellum American literature, the archival record, narratology, critical race theory, and the ways in which the voices and experiences of free Black women are subjugated and silenced through legal discourse. Judah studied postcolonial theory, literature, and cultural studies under the late Dr. Imtiaz Habib, and early American literature under the late Dr. Jeffrey Richards at Old Dominion University, and feminist narratology with Dr. Jody Lisberger at the University of Rhode Island where he earned a Graduate Certificate in Gender and Women’s Studies. 

Expertise: African-American literature, Postcolonial theory and literature, archival research, 19thcentury American literature, Gender, Women’s and Sexuality Studies, African-American/Africana Studies.

Courses Taught: College English I, College English II, Intro to Literature