Department of English
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Blacksburg, VA 24061
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Gena Chandler-Smith is an associate professor in the Department of English.
- 19th and 20th century African American Literature
- African American poetry
- Postcolonial Literature
- PhD in English, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2004
- MA in English, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1999
- BA in English, Florida A&M University, 1996
- Chair, Commission on Undergraduate Studies and Policies (2015-2016)
- Member, Literature and Language Committee, Department of English
- Member, Undergraduate Committee, Department of English
- Certificate of Teaching Excellence, Virginia Tech, 2015
- Carroll B. Shannon Excellence in Teaching Award, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, 2015
- Diggs Teaching Scholar Award, Virginia Tech, 2007
- Chandler, Gena. “Mindfulness and Meaning in Charles Johnson’s Dr. King’s Refrigerator.” Texas Studies in Literature and Language. Austin: U of Texas P, 2013: 328-347.
- Chandler, Gena. “Dreaming and Waking in Wonderland: Faith and the Good Thing and Charles Johnson’s Fairy Tale Fictions.” New Essays on the African American Novel: From Hurston and Ellison to Morrison and Whitehead. Eds. Lovalerie King and Linda F. Selzer. New York: Palgrave McMillan, 2008: 75-93.
- Chandler, Gena. “‘In-Itself-for-Me’: Decomposition and Art in Charles Johnson’s Oxherding Tale.” Charles Johnson: The Novelist as Philosopher. Eds. Marc C. Conner and William R. Nash. Jackson: U of Mississippi P, 2007: 20-39.
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