Below, I have provided a recap of my blog entries since being a HASTAC Blogger. My research, also known as the “100 Novels Project,” uses quantitative data to examine African American literature.
Early on, I will focus on black literary history, contemporary developments in the production of black writing, digital humanities, and literary scholarship that pertains to African American writers.
I have organized my entries by month and will continue to update it during my tenure as a HASTAC Blogger.
September 17, 2011- 100 Novels Project: Black Novels and Trend Analyses
September 25, 2011- The Great Migration
November 3, 2011- Oprah Winfrey and Black Writing
November 8, 2011- Black Men, Education, and Political Activism
November 27, 2011- Notable Findings Concerning 100 Black Novels
November 28, 2011- 100 Black Novels by Decade, 1850-2010
November 29, 2011- Character Traits of Novel Protagonists
November 30, 2011- The Color Purple and Wikipedia
December 1, 2011- The Evolution of Novel Covers
December 2, 2011- The Growing Importance of Authors Awarded Fellowships
December 5, 2011- 49 African American Novels on Wikipedia
December 6, 2011- The Growing Importance of Formal Education
December 7, 2011- The Prominence of NYC, Chicago, and California
December 8, 2011- The Significance of Novel Time Period