to dramatize her carefully considered geopolitical theories.
Joy Karega is Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Composition. Her teaching and research interests include Black political and protest literacies [sic], translingual [sic] composition, rhetoric and composition historiography, social justice writing, and writing pedagogy.
She is currently working on a book project that draws upon archival research and oral history and historicizes [sic] the political literacy education of the Black Liberation Front International, a Black student organization at Michigan State University from 1968 to 1975.
She got her doctorate at U. of Louisville in 2014, is an un-tenured radical of a generation taught by tenured radicals. By now the 2nd or 3rd such generation, at least.
If she is ever denied tenure, she will not take it like a woman. There will be protests and a university president may have to resign. But there will be a place for her, as sure as God made little apples.