"My philosophy of teaching is founded on my belief that humans have the right to study and the ability to learn. My responsibility is to create and maintain a physically, emotionally, and culturally safe environment conducive to the free exchange of ideas."
Associate Professor of English EmeritusLiterary Studies
Angelo Robinson earned his doctorate in English with a specialization in American Studies and a concentration in African American literature at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Robinson is an Associate Professor of English at Goucher College in Baltimore County, MD.
Research, Scholarship, Creative Work in Progress
Current research and scholarship on U.S. Slavery and memoir in progress.
“'Mammy Ain’t Nobody Name’: The Subject of Mammy Revisited in Sherley Anne Williams’s Dessa Rose.” The Southern Quarterly 49.1 (2011): 51-69.
“'Why Does the Slave Ever Love?’: The Subject of Romance Revisited in the Neoslave Narrative.” The Southern Literary Journal 40.1 (2007): 39-57.
“The Other Proclamation in James Baldwin’s Go Tell It on the Mountain.” The College Language Association Journal 48.3 (2005): 336-51.
“Race, Place, and Space: Re-making Whiteness in the Post-Reconstruction South.” The Southern Literary Journal 35.1 (2002): 97-107.
Academic or Professional Associations
- College Language Association