Andrew Duncan is a Midlands 4 Cities funded PhD candidate in American Studies at the University of Nottingham. He holds an MPhil in Literatures of the Americas from Trinity College Dublin and a BA in English Literature from the University of Sheffield. His PhD thesis is provisionally titled: “Dope Music: Representations of the ‘War on Drugs’ in Hip-Hop Lyricism from New York.” He is also the general editor of 49th Parallel, an interdisciplinary journal of North American studies.

BAAS PG Conference 2018: Keynote Review

Northumbria University

USSO Keynote Competition Winner – James West, ‘Write Me In: Dick Gregory and the 1968 Presidential Campaign’, BAAS PG Conference 2018, 3rd Nov. 2018 Available at: https://northumbria.hosted.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=9082ec92-31b2-4771-921e-a98d00a2fbb9 James West (University of Northumbria) opened 2018’s USSO Keynote speech with a list of Dick Gregory’s occupations: ‘activist, author, artist, conspiracy theorist, nutritionist,… Continue reading