"To Be a poor man is hard,But to be a poor race in a landof dollars is the very bottom of hardship"
-W.E.B Du Bois
African American Studies
Dr. Lou-Ann Crouther
Office: Cherry Hall 117
English 100 Introduction to College Writing
English 200 Introduction to Literature
English 393 and African-American Studies 393 African-American Literature
African-American women writers, including Dorothy Lee Dickens, fiction, poetry.
Lou-Ann Crouther has earned degrees from Dijon Universite¢ Heidelberg College, and Indiana University. She also taught English at Benedict College before coming to Western Kentucky University in 1984. She is working on articles about Dorothy Lee Dickens and a manuscript of poetry.
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