Dr. Nneka D. Dennie is a Black feminist scholar with specializations in nineteenth- and twentieth-century African American history. She is currently developing two book manuscripts. Her monograph,(Re)defining Radicalism: The Rise of Black Feminism and the Politics of Respectability in the Nineteenth Century, is a study of Black women’s radical thought. Dr. Dennie is also editing a primary source collection titledMary Ann Shadd Cary: Essential Writings of a Nineteenth-Century Black Radical Feminist. Dr. Dennie is an Assistant Professor of History, core faculty in the Africana Studies Program, and affiliate faculty in the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program at Washington and Lee University. She is also a 2022-2023 recipient of the Mellon Just Transformations Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Center for Black Digital Research at Pennsylvania State University, where she is part of collaborative leadership teams coordinating Douglass Day 2023 and the Black Women’s Organizing Archive. Learn more about Dr. Dennie at nnekadennie.com.