Regina N. Bradley

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Regina N. Bradley
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Parttime Instructor of Interdisciplinary Studies
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Kennesaw State University
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Regina N. Bradley, Ph.D is a researcher of contemporary African American culture. She earned her doctorate in African American Literature from Florida State University, a Masters in African American and African Diaspora Studies from Indiana University Bloomington, and Bachelors degree in English from Albany State University (GA). Bradley writes about post-Civil Rights African American literature, the contemporary U.S. South, pop culture, race and sound, and Hip Hop. She is also the founder and host of Outkasted Conversations, a critically acclaimed dialogue series that explores the impact of hip hop duo Outkast on popular culture. She has published extensively on popular culture and race, including a chapter on Kanye West’s sonic cosmopolitanism in The Cultural Impact of Kanye West and a forthcoming article titled “Edward P. Jones’ The Known World and the Hip Hop Imagination” in Southern Literary Journal. Also known as Red Clay Scholar, a nod to her Georgia upbringing, Regina writes regularly at


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