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In the early ’90s, Georgetown professor of English Valerie Babb’s course “White Male Writers” drew the attention of critics who said the radical left wing had taken over higher education. Now Babb has written a book to share her ideas on whiteness and its relationship to American identity. It’s called “Whiteness Visible: The Meaning of Whiteness in American Literature and Culture.”
- Valerie Babb Professor of English at Georgetown University
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