Regina Ann Clark
Ph.D. | 20th Century African American Studies
BackgroundRegina is a second-year MA/PhD student focusing on twentieth-century African American studies from a historical perspective. She received her BA in French from Emory University in 1991 and an MA in Writing from Kennesaw State University in 2004. Regina's master's thesis examines African American childhood and childhood construction as revealed in the early-twentieth-century, African American children's magazine The Brownies'Book, Richard Wright's Black Boy, and Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye
Research InterestsTwentieth-century African American social and cultural history, African American childhood, and print culture.