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Winter, Kari J.

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Kari J. Winter's research focuses on the history and literature of slavery. The editor of the 2005 edition of Jeffrey Brace's 1810 memoir, The Blind African Slave, she is also the author of Subjects of Slavery, Agents of Change: Women and Power in Gothic Novels and Slave Narratives,1790-1865 and numerous articles on African American culture, Barbadian history, feminist theory, and American Indian literature.
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State University of New York at Buffalo
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Kwinter2@buffalo.edu
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