Color around the Globe: Langston Hughes and Black Internationalism in China
Published Version (Please cite this version)10.1093/melus/mlaa016
Publication InfoLai-Henderson, S (n.d.). Color around the Globe: Langston Hughes and Black Internationalism in China. MELUS. 10.1093/melus/mlaa016. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/20664.
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Assistant Professor of American Literature and History at Duke Kunshan University
I am a literary scholar and historian, and my work spans 19th and 20th century transnational American studies, comparative race and ethnic studies, and Afro-Asian connections in the context of race, imperialism, and empire. My major intellectual theme revolves around the reception of American writers such as Mark Twain, Langston Hughes, and W.E.B. Du. Bois in China, and how major themes articulated in their body of work are translated in modern and Maoist China.