Ink and identity: Clemson’s Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence shares Afro-Hispanic insights and continues dual book projects


Clemson University’s Global Black Studies program welcomed the school’s first Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence in at least 15 years this semester.

Paulette Ramsay of the University of the West Indies-Mona (Jamaica) is teaching a course on Afro-Latin American Women Writers this Spring, while also writing two books. She is a renowned academic and creative writer who has published several works of poetry, two novels and nonfiction work, including “Afro-Mexican Constructions of Diaspora, Gender, Identity and Nation” (2016).

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