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Susan Donaldson has been a professor of English and American Studies at William & Mary since 1985, and is the current chair of the Department of English. Her academic interests include "Late nineteenth- and twentieth-century American literature and cultural history, U.S. southern literature and visual culture, narrative and visual representations of and about race in American culture, twentieth-century American women writers, William Faulkner, Eudora Welty, Richard Wright"


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