Assistant Professor of History Peter Kuryla published an article in the January/February edition of Society as part of that journal’s 50th anniversary issue, which has the theme “Past, Present and Future.” The article, “Ralph Ellison, Irving Howe, and the Imagined Civil Rights Movement,” has to do with a dispute between the literary critic Irving Howe and the novelist Ralph Ellison over the merits of the protest novel. Click here to read journal.
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