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Professor Karry L. Hathaway

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Professor Karry L. Hathaway
Associate Professor of English

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Office:  Marlboro 3095
Telephone: 301-322-0585
E-mail:  HathawaKL@pgcc.edu

Karry Hathaway


Gasman, Marybeth, Cynthia Gerstl-Pepin, Sibby Anderson-Thompkins, Lisa Rasheed, and Karry Hathaway, “Developing Trust, Negotiating Power: Transgressing Race and Status in the Academy,” Teachers College Record, vol. 106, no. 4, 2004.

Anderson-Thompkins, Sibby, Marybeth Gasman, Cynthia Gerstl-Pepin, Karry L. Hathaway, and Lisa Rasheed, “ ‘Casualties of War’: Suggestions for Helping African American Graduate Students Succeed in the Academy,” in Darrell Cleveland (Ed.). Broken Silences: Conversations about Race by African American Faculty and Graduate Students in Higher Education (New York: Peter Lang, 2004).


“The Artistry of W.E.B. Du Bois: Discourse that Permeates a Renaissance and Beyond.” African Literature Conference; 2004 (April); Madison, WI.

“The Great Debate—W.E.B. DuBois and Booker T. Washington: A Meeting of the Minds.”  Historical Tour of Atlanta; 2004 (March); Atlanta, GA.

“Mentoring Black Men:  The Interaction Between Culture and Identity Formulation During the Undergraduate Experience.”  Cultural Studies Association (U.S.) Founding Conference; 2003 (June); Pittsburgh, PA. 

“Supporting ‘Casualties of War’: Valuing African American Students in the Academy.” American Education Society Association (AESA) 2002 (November) National Conference; Pittsburgh, PA.

“Valuing African American Students in the Academy: Tales from the field.” American Education Research Association (AERA) 2002 (April) International Conference, New Orleans, LA.

“Black Male Identity: Examining the triple-consciousness of an already problematic self.” Southeastern Philosophy of Education Society (SEPES) 2002 (February), Georgia State University.