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Bluford Adams

Bluford Adams
Associate Professor
458 EPB
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My teaching and research focuses on racial, ethnic, and regional identities, and way those identities got expressed in nineteenth- and twentieth-century U.S. culture. I am particularly interested in the relationship between regional identities like Yankee and Southerner and nineteenth-century “racial” identities like Anglo-Saxon, Negro, Celt, and Teuton. I teach topics courses on passing, immigration, diversity, and regionalism, as well as general courses on American fiction and nineteenth-century U.S. literature and culture.  

 Immigration and Regional Identity in the Gilded Age           the Great Showman and the Making of US Popular Culture