William G. Moseley
Associate Professor of International Studies and English
Literary interactions in the Black Atlantic world, notably Africa, the Caribbean, and African America; post-colonial and/as the post-Soviet; comparative literature; cultural theory; globalization.
Carnegie Hall, 410
David Moore's primary interests are in literary and cultural interactions in the 20th and 21st century Black Atlantic world, most notably in African/African-American connections — all seen in what he terms an "Afro-planetary" framework. Significant allied interests include postcolonial studies, the post-Soviet sphere, the social history of texts, and globalization writ large.
David Moore has published widely on these topics in journals such as PMLA, Diaspora, Transition, Research in African Literatures, Callaloo, Genre, the Journal of Anthropological Research, Profession, the Slavic and East European Journal, Resources for American Literary Study; the Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal; and Accounting, Organizations and Society. He is co-editor with Martin Bernal of Black Athena Writes Back (Duke University Press, 2001), and is at present completing two editions of writings by Langston Hughes: A Negro Looks at Soviet Central Asia (originally published in Moscow and Leningrad in 1934, and now re-edited and expanded), and From Harlem to Johannesburg – Hughes's correspondence with four pioneering black South African authors between 1953 and 1967.
BA: magna cum laude, Brown University, 1986
Université de Dakar, Senegal, 1986-87
PhD: Duke University, 1996
Profoessor Moore's Oyono Research
Tips from Professor Moore
- How to Read
- Tips on how to ask faculty for a recommendation
- Choosing a graduate school
- Paper-writing requirements and advice