Rutgers English Department News

CWallDr. Evie Shockley's opinion piece honoring the late Dr. Cheryl Wall contributions to African American literary and cultural study is published on NJ.com.

"Her values shaped her objects of study and her analytical frameworks. She recognized the contributions of Black women’s voices and perspectives as essential to the culture, and her work reflected this understanding from the start." Read full article.

Dr. Wall's work will also be honored at the Changing Our Own Futures: Black Feminist Theory & Criticism symposium being held April 21st and 22nd.