Don Dagnon

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Dr. Don Gagnon is an associate professor of English at Western Connecticut State University. He specializes in modern drama and minority literatures, and serves as chair of the American Studies program. He has been published in Black Renaissance/Noire, Men and Masculinities, and The Eugene O'Neill Review, among other journals, and was recently invited to speak on August Wilson at both the Modern Language Association annual conference in Seattle and the National Black Writers Conference in Brooklyn.

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MLK’s Invisible Man

| January 14, 2012 | 0 Comments
MLK’s Invisible Man

“I tell you, it is not me you are looking at, Not me you are grinning at, not me your confidential looks Incriminate, but that other person, if person, You thought I was. . .” –T.S. Eliot, Family Reunion   The above excerpt may at first appear random, at least in context of the annual [...]

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