Fellows' Presentation

Transatlantic Blackness in the Era of Jim Crow: Race and Gender in the Life of an African American Expatriate

Photo by Tony RinaldoPhoto by Tony RinaldoJane Rhodes will examine the transatlantic migration and highly successful British career of African American psychoanalyst Marie Battle Singer after World War II. She will consider how memories of racism in the United States shaped Singer’s personal and professional development and how Singer negotiated race and gender politics in postwar Europe.