Kameelah has taught courses in English and African American Studies at Georgia State University, University of Houston, Savannah State University, and the College of Charleston.  A selected number of course titles are listed below: 

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Undergraduate Courses:

Ancestries of Enslavement

Intro to African American Literature       Intro to African American Studies

Afro-Caribbean Literature                          Literary and Cultural Theory

African American Fiction                            African American Non-fiction

African American Poetry                             African Literature

Voodoo and Visual Culture                         Gullah/Geechee Presence in AfAm Lit

American Literature Survey                       American Literature 1914-1945

Black Literature and Film                           Literature of the Harlem Renaissance

20th c. Black Women Writers                     Women and Voodoo

Ethnic American Literature                       Hurston and Hughes

The Conjure Tradition                                 The Work of Langston Hughes

Ronald E. McNair Summer Research Writing Seminar

Graduate Courses:

The Folklore of Zora Neale Hurston              20th c. Major American Authors (Toni Morrison)

Exploring the Conjure Trope                            Black Literary Masculinity

Women and Voodoo                                            Black Women and the Blues Tradition

MA Pro-Seminar